June 3, 2019
Odoo is a comprehensive open-source enterprise resource planning and management (ERP) software made up of an integrated suite of business modules, including customer relationship management (CRM), e-commerce, accounting, billing, inventory management, project management, warehouse management, financial management, manufacturing and purchasing.
These modules aim to efficiently and seamlessly communicate with each other to exchange information.
Odoo comprises over 30 main modules that are regularly updated. In addition, more than 16,000 third-party apps/plug-ins are available in its app store. Because it’s a modular system, customers can start with a subset of tools and add modules as needed. Odoo pricing depends on number of apps purchased.
Formerly known as OpenERP, Odoo is available in the cloud or on-premise and can be used by businesses of all sizes. Because it is open source, Odoo software is highly customizable.
Developers can access the code and modify it to make changes in the modules based on an organization’s requirements. Odoo can also integrate with other systems, including payment processors and external shipping systems, such as those of Amazon, eBay, UPS, FedEx and QuickBooks.
Odoo is available in two versions: Odoo Community, which is free, and Odoo Enterprise. iOS and Android apps are also available for the paid versions.
Deployment of Odoo can be achieved in three different ways.
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