(This project is work in progress, we are continously working to realize the vision as outlined below.)


The open source database framework for non-profit organizations

Ever worked with a CRM that is difficult to extend and customize? Or asked yourself whether your organization should use SAP, Microsoft Navision or Salesforce? In that case basxConnect (pronounced “basics connect”) might be the ideal solution for you. basxConnect comes with the following features:

  • Lightweight CRM core data models and workflows
  • Web-based database interface
  • User, roles and permission
  • Simple and well documented APIs for fast prototyping and extending

However, where basxConnect really shines are the extensions mechanisms for developers. You will likely need a programmer in order to release the full power of basxConnect. But instead of an expensive certified consulting developer you can get started with a skilled IT-member inside your organization or hire a freelance programmer.

For managers and admins

  • Open source
    No license costs and no vendor lock-in!
  • Long term stability
    The basxConnect development is paid by members of the basx Software Association which guarantees stable development and improvement of the system over time.
  • Simple and tailor-made user interface
    basxConnect does not enforce assumptions about your organization and how it works. Instead the composition of a custom and well-matching solution is embraced.

For developers

  • Standing on the shoulders of giants
    basxConnect is based on battle proven and long term maintained projects like django, sqlite and the carbon design system.
  • Public development of core system on Github
    Contributions and issues can easily be handled, pull requests are welcome.
  • Strong documentation
    basxConnect provides documentation and examples in order to get new developers started quickly. Experienced developers will also find the additional documentation for most external dependencies convenient.

Questions? Feel free to contact us through the contact form or in one of our Github repositories.