"OpenERP for Educational Institutions", launched by Minister

November 21, 2011 - Honorable Minister of the state for Public works Sri.V.K.Ebrahim Kunju, inaugurated the official launch of the project "Total Automation Solution for Educational institutions" at GEC Sreekrishnapuram.

The project is being carried out by Zesty Beanz, associating some final year students from the department of computer science and technology of the college. The solution, that handles academic as well as administrative processes, is designed using OpenERP. The project provides an industry exposure to the students involved. The student involvement is part of the Zesty Beanz policy that promotes the motto - "Earn while you learn".

ZestyBeanz Bags New Contracts - "The Hindu - November 3, 2011"

November 04, 2011 - It became news worth attention when the  GTech delegation team comprising representatives of 13 small and medium enterprises (SMEs) returned from a successful business trip to Germany,Netherlands and Switzerland with a handful of deals. ZestyBeanz was represented by CEO of the company Mr. Lepeesh Parat. Even though the non-traditional european market is always seen as a tough nut to crack for the IT sector in Kerala, Zesty Beanz was able to ink pact with firms in Germany and Netherlands.

 

 

 

OpenERP for Colombian Hospital

September 21, 2011 - ZestyBeanz has signed a contract for implementing OpenERP at Hospital Departmental Universitario Del Quindio San Juan De Dios in Colombia. The hospital is leading an initiative that seeks to strengthen information system through the development and adoption of Free Software.

The first phase of the implementation is integration of the their existing Electronic Medical Record(EMR) software "Yagé" with OpenERP. The other modules that are being implemented are; Medical order processing, Purchase accounting system, Store/Pharmacy management, Sales accounting, Financial management, Patients/Suppliers management, HR, Payroll and Document management.

OpenERP implementation at Engg. College

September 01, 2011 - Consultants from ZestyBeanz along with the Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering of Government Engineering College(GEC) Sreekrishnapuram, Palakkad are implementing OpenERP at their campus.

This project is being carried out by ZestyBeanz as a part of national wide movement aimed at educational institutions in imparting value addition through practical learning for students apart from what they get through theoretical learning. The project execution particularly is having involvement of both students from GEC and consultants from ZestyBeanz Technologies. Students are involved in all the stages of the project right from initial requirement gathering to Go-Live. This would give students a real time hands on experience on executing a full SDLC (Software development life cycle). ZestyBeanz would be responsible for the customization, development, implementation and support.

The project aims to automate GEC's academic and administration activities involving Students, Teachers, Departments and Libraries with the help of OpenERP, one of the fastest growing opensource ERPs. The system is expected to serve approximately 800 students and 100 staff members who are supposed to be active in the system in every year.

Zesty Partnering with Gainroot (USA)

August 24, 2011 - Gainroot Corporation, a Systems Development and Managed Services company serving Northeast Ohio (USA) has signed an agreement with ZestyBeanz to work together on OpenERP and related projects. The partnership mainly aims to explore the Open Source potential in the region, especially among Small/Medium Enterprises (SMEs). Gainroot focuses on Cloud, Open Source and Virtualization; both applications and infrastructure are intended to leverage the expertise of ZestyBeanz in the respective domains.

Z-Beanz presence in FOSS initiatives

August 10, 2011 - THE  HINDU - Thiruvananthapuram Edition - Page 3

ZestyBeanz Technologies represented by its CEO Mr. Lepeesh Parat was invited to make a presentation on an event to broaden FOSS initiatives in the state of Kerala. Lepeesh stressed upon the experience as a FOSS entrepreneur and the importance of public sector support in supporting FOSS related business establishments in the state. The program was organised by IC-FOSS (International Center for Free and Open Source Software).