Recent News

OpenBoxes 0.8.12 has been released

on July 1, 2020

This release includes a ton of new features, improvements, and bug fixes.

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Push Button Deployment & User Onboarding

on May 19, 2020

In collaboration with Partners In Health, we have submitted a concept note for the Digital Square’s Notice EO Phase 1 Shelf Readiness project and we need your feedback. If you have suggestions on how you’d like to improve the installation, configuration and onboarding process of OpenBoxes, please head over to our discussion forum and let us know what you think. You can also add feedback directly to our Concept Note on the Digital Square website.

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Check out our REST API docs!

on May 14, 2020

We’ve created documentation for our fledgling REST API. Please check out the API docs
and then head over to or Slack to discuss with our development team.

We are hoping to implement OpenAPI/Swagger docs soon. If you’d like to help with the migration, please start a discussion with me in the ticket.

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Increase stock visibility

Increase stock visibility across all facilities and departments within your organization.

Eliminate Stockouts

Reduce the risk of stock outs by informing users when stock levels are at or below reorder and minimum quantity.

Reduce wastage

Reduce wastage through use of first-expiry-first-out (FEFO) picking strategy that ensures medicines will be used before their expiry.

Better Forecasting

Improve planning and forecasting by analyzing demand data that is easily accessible.


OpenBoxes is open-source which means you have access to the source code which provides the flexibility to customize the software to your requirements.

Improve Traceability

Improve traceability by using data standards, including lot numbers and expiration dates, to better handle exceptional product lifecycle events like product recalls.


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Featured Users

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Implementation Partners

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Generous Supporters

Whether it's a free open-source license or discounted hosting, the following organizations have provided generous support to OpenBoxes throughout the years.