Introduction of Odoo
Open-source ERP software Odoo is based on Python. Odoo SA, a Belgian company, released its first official release in 2005.
A wide range of products are available, including CRM, e-commerce, billing and accounting, manufacturing, warehouse, project management, and inventory management.
Licensed under GNU LGPLv3, the Community version is free software.
There are proprietary extra features and services available with the Enterprise version.
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Those who are devoted to open source believe it’s not truly open. However, for open source to truly be viable, individuals who contribute should be able to earn a living by doing services based on the same system. Yes, that does happen! Additionally, the commercial version has a much lower price than concurrency, so it’s a success on both counts.
Furthermore, Odoo is an extremely API-friendly solution.. This, along with the modular system, allows you to start with the most basic tools and add on modules as necessary. Consequently, ERP always brings your business the best results.
Despite there being some overlap between functions, I think that using more tools can’t hurt, especially considering that they are all unique in their own ways.