Odoo is the most installed business software in the world. Odoo is used by 2.000.000 users worldwide ranging from very small companies (1 user) to very large ones (300 000 users). Amongst the biggest references you can find:
Odoo is the only software in the world having such a large range of customers because:
- Odoo offers a full suite of business apps that fits the needs of large companies, but it’s built to empower smaller companies to adopt it quickly and easily through a smooth, friendly user experience.
- Odoo is flexible and fully integrated in order to cover the needs of very complex companies.
- Odoo is open source - it is actively maintained by a large base of developers to meet evolving customer needs and provide new, innovative applications to help companies worldwide grow their business
They think business software shouldn’t be complex. They believe in software that is full featured, tightly integrated, runs smoothly, and upgrades seamlessly.
Their mission is to provide a range of easy to use business applications that form a complete suite, giving millions of companies easy access to the software they need to run and grow their business.
Odoo (formerly OpenERP) was started in 2005. Odoo thrives in a unique and fully open ecosystem combining the resources of its open source community, partners’ network and resellers.
Odoo provides 30 main applications supported by the editor. In addition, the community of more than 1,500 active members, has contributed 4,000+ apps to cover a wide variety of business needs.
The network of 550+ certified partners in more than 120 countries means that although Odoo is a global company, it provides local solutions. The popular software is available online and can be hosted on a server you own or rent.
Popular Functionality Modules
Accounting Their accounting software is for businesses of any size. Odoo Accounting offers a better way for your accounting team to work with customers and suppliers. Activate features…
Website Builder Create beautiful websites with no technical knowledge. Odoo’s unique ‘edit inline’ approach makes creating a website surprisingly easy. No more complex…
Expenses Odoo’s software to manage daily expenses offers a f luent encoding process - The whole flow of managing employees’ expenses is implemented as: Drafting the…
Business Intelligence Odoo gives you an easy way to see the statistics about any of your important data. You can create detailed reports and graphs in any format you need - all that in few simple…
Warehouse Management System Decrease your process times, automate transactions, reduce your stock levels and get complete traceability on all operations with the Odoo double entry inventory system.…
Complete Functionality Module List
- Business Intelligence
- Community Builder
- Enterprise Social Network
- Instant Messaging
- Lead Automation
- Live Chat
- Manufacturing Resource Planning
- Point of Sale
- Project Management
- Quote Builder
- Warehouse Management System
- Website Builder
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As a former Netsuite customer, we had the bar set very high in terms of functionality and flexibility. What we weren’t expecting is the usability to be simple. This software package is so complete it usurps even Netsuite in terms of flexibility and is so easy to use that getting new users on the system and productive is just a matter of a few hours and in some cases, not even that. If Apple were to design an ERP, Odoo would be it. Mobile app gives you almost complete usage available as well.
The good: By far we like the usability best, so easy to use, new users are using the system effectively on Day One.
The bad: The ability to change colors of the back end scheme requires customization or the purchase of a 3rd party module
Odoo comes with tons of features that are fully customizable but best of all it is internet ready and no dependent on client configuration.
The good: It’s very easy to set up and also completely modular. the community behind is also here to provide very usefull tips.
The bad: Some features are officially covered but when you look into details you often realise it is necessary to build specific modules.