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Employee web-based open source 'database'

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Hello all,

I am looking for an open source employee database that features the following:
- Configurable seating map
- Clicking on employee, lists out details and where they fit into the org chart
- Support 200 employees (projection)

Source:
- HTML(5), PHP, Javascript, run on Apache, MySQL - needs to be configurable (additions will be shared back with the community).

There are quite a few examples out there so hopefully, I'll receive a suggestion from someone who has experience with a good one.

Thanks,
Doug
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by:kevp75
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You haven't asked us a question here, and this is not a job board.
If you are having a problem with something you have developed, please come back with what issue you are having.

Otherwise, to get something developed for you, you will need to post to a job board:
http://www.peopleperhour.com/dashboard

Otherwise:
https://www.google.com/search?q=php+employee+CRM&oq=php+employee+CRM&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.4715j0j7&sourceid=chrome&espv=210&es_sm=122&ie=UTF-8
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by:Cornelia Yoder
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Well, this system doesn't list organization charts per se, but it is easy to use as an employee database system.

The best part is that it's free, and the next best part is that it's open source, so you can modify it or add additional features that you need, and the third best part is that they have a strong plan for future extensions.

It might get you started at least.

http://waypointhr.com/overview.php
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by:sconnell
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Thank you so much lenamtl and yodercm. I'll review your fantastic suggestions - I wasn't aware of Simple HRM or WayPoint.

kevp75: "You haven't asked us a question here, and this is not a job board."

huh? You may have skipped your morning coffee. LOL
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by:sconnell
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Sorry for the slow response. I agree with the points distribution. Thank you to all for your participation.
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