Odoo / OpenERP

Our enterprise management solution : OpenERP, the recognized “open” ERP solution, combines performance and flexibility!


Odoo Description

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Odoo is an integrated enterprise management software or ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning).

Integrated: all your data are stored in a unique database in order to guarantee data consistency and integrity.

Complete: all the key activities of a company are covered and the system includes its own reporting system.

Easy to use: integrated help, dynamic screens, web access, AJAX technology, simplified and extended interface mode…

Easy to deploy: client-server software, ALL-IN-ONE package for Windows.

Customizable and extensible: screens, report, processes, workflow, access rules…

Really designed for internationalization: Unicode support, each user can work in its language, where needed data items are translatable (product name : car, voiture ,wagen,…), invoices are printed according to the customer language,…

Modular: you install only what you need.

The number of modules being very large, the following list is incomplete:

Global view

Menu per activity, per user.
Internal request.
Dashboard per activity.


Integrated management of customers and suppliers.
Prospects, leads.
Phone call.
Integration of e-mail outgoing and incoming.
Plugins for Outlook and Thunderbird.


Campaign management.


Sale cycle management.
Offer and order.
Prices lists.

Finance and accounting

Financial accounting.
Invoicing (customer and supplier).
Taxes, VAT,….
Analytic accounting.
CODA (bank statement import for Belgium, similar modules exist for some other countries).
Payment management and follow-up.


Supply management.
Quote request.
Supplier management.
Stock level.
Automatic supply management (purchase or production).
Planning and delivery delay management.

Point of sale

Cash register initialization.
Sales encoding, invoice, stock movement.

Project management

Projects and tasks.
Tasks delegation and planning.
Projects membership.
Link with the time management, invoicing, analytic accounting.
Scrum (Agile methodology).GTD - Getting Things Done : see productivity.


To-do list.
Getting Things Done: tasks management with priorities and context.

Production / logistic

BOM Bill of Material.
Production order.
Supply management, automatic ordering.Planning (MRP) 
Stock management, warehouses.
Price of delivery.
Tracing, serial numbers (lots).
Sub products and scraps.

Human resources

Employee record.
Calendar and holidays.
Attendance recording.

Knowledge management

Integrated document management, indexation, FTP server.
Process (graphical view of enterprise processes).


Membership management.




Catalog, courses.
Subscription, cancellation, invoicing.
Training material.

Project management

Scrum (Agile software development methodology).
Timesheet & invoicing.


Multi-lingual – screens, reports.
Translatable data fields (auto, voiture, wagen,…).


Long list of localized chart of accounts and localization modules.
Modular structure.
Highly granular permission : down to the individual fields
Audit (databases changes tracking)
Possibility to change the database schema, the views, the reports etc
Processes and workflows.API and web service (callable from PHP, Java, Ruby…)
Architecture and technical information
Written in Python
Entirely open sources solution – AGPL V3
PostgreSQL database
Client-server application or Web interface
Web service – API accessible from a wide range of programming language
Java integration possible

OpenERP Support

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Our document « Services de maintenance, support et formation » describes our operations support services. Please use our contact form to request this information.
We apologize : this document is currently only available in French.

OpenERP integration project - services - prices

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This section is intended to assist you in launching an OpenERP project.

Feel free to contact us for further information.

Developing custom enterprise software with OpenObject

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OpenObject is the development framework used to build OpenERP, a complete open-source enterprise management solution.

Using this framework does not mean you have to replace your company management software, it simply means you can enjoy the benefits of a high level productivity framework to build custom database oriented applications.

You can use this same framework to develop easily your own efficient enterprise database oriented application.

You can compare this framework to Ruby on Rails, CakePHP…

Functional foundation if you need

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With OpenObject, you may enjoy building on top of OpenERP existing core modules:


Modular code management

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The OpenObject module concept makes possible to use the same code base for multiple installation – for example different subsidiaries, yet enabling customization and functionalities on a per database basis.

Integration services

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Integration is the set of activities needed to run the software in the context of your company (and vice versa).

  • The technical integration covers the interfacing techniques (e-commerce, e-mail, ...) for interconnecting third party software.
    Analysis: interview and writing documents, process analysis and flows of the company.
  • Design: Flows, specific screens, reports.
  • POC: development of a proof of concept - the prototype.
  • Installation: server, client, security, tuning, setting up backup procedure ....
  • Parameterization: accounting, crm classification, setting technical, security and permissions ...
  • Training: project team, key users (keys users), users ....
  • Design process: design and implementation of working procedure.
  • Developments, adaptations (customization).
  • Unit testing (small test per module).
  • Testing of the solution (full flow).
  • Migration / recovery data.

Web based and client-server for the same price

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OpenObject is a model-driven framework.


No need of cutomization or development?

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You think that you don’t need development / adaptation of the standard product? We often hear this argument from prospects whose priority is to minimize the project budget.

This expectation is legitimate but a poor initial estimate can only ends in functional and financial disappointment.

Every business has its specific needs and priorities.

Practice shows that the vast majority of projects OpenERP require specific developments.

That is why we always include an amount to cover some developments in our estimates.

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