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Open Source ERP
Automation has become inevitable in almost all streams of industry.The result was an astonishing hike in the demand for Information Technology Services.
The competitions in modern enterprise solutions compel business ventures to adopt business automation.Today, completely integrated software applications are becoming a necessity to stay ahead of the competition. Here arises the relevance of "ERP softwares". Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is an enterprise-wide information system designed to coordinate all the resources, information, and activities needed to complete business processes such as order fulfilment or billing. An ERP system is based on a common database and a modular software design. The common database can allow every department of a business to store and retrieve information in real-time. The information should be reliable, accessible, and easily shared. The modular software design should mean a business can select the modules they need, mix and match modules from different vendors, and add new modules of their own to improve business performance.
OpenERP - The Fastest Developing Open Source ERP.
For those who are focusing on ERP solutions, especially the small and medium companies, OpenERP is always a good choice in terms of risk and the cost of integration. OpenERP is the most powerful and flexible Open Source ERP. It deals with each kind of industry, from accountancy to stock management, or project management. It is rich with more than 250 modules. OpenERP covers and integrates most enterprise needs and processes such as Accounting, HR, Sales, CRM, Purchase, Stock, Production, Services management, Project management, Marketing campaign, Management by affairs, etc..It has got more than 250 open source modules apart from the Custom made modules. This ensures OpenERP a right product for any business vertical.
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Openbravo - opening ERP's future
Openbravo is a web-based, open source ERP business solution for small and medium sized companies that is released under the Openbravo Public License, based on the Mozilla Public License.The model for the program was originally based on the Compiere ERP program that is also open source, released under the GNU General Public License version 2.
Openbravo features a web-based interface, where the user can view the entire status of a company, including production information, inventory, customer information, order tracking, and workflow information. It is possible to synchronize this information with other applications through the Java-based Openbravo API. Openbravo can also create and export reports and data to several formats, such as PDF and Microsoft Excel. As Openbravo is web based, it is possible to access the interface from anywhere that there is an Internet connection.