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What is OpenERP ?

  1. 1. Introducing of TheSource from : Compiled by : 26 Sept 2012www.openerp.com Arilimpo Indonesia arilimpo.openerp.indonesia@gmail.com Arilimpo’s profile in : http://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66 You Can Download this Presentation in address : http://www.slideshare.net/arilimpo_indonesia/what-is-openerp
  2. 2. At a Glancehttp://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
  3. 3. At a Glance 1. Open Source : OpenERP is committed to Open Source Business Model. The software is published under the AGPL license. 2. Complete : OpenERP is a comprehensive suite of business applications including 1. Sales Management, 2. Customer Relationship Management (CRM), 3. Purchases Management, 4. Warehouse Management, 5. Manufacturing Management, 6. Association, 7. Project Management, 8. Accounting & Financial Management, 9. Management System, 10. Human Resources Management, 11. Knowledge Management 12. Point of Sales that’s all just to name a few. Over 700 OpenERP modules are available on Launch padhttp://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
  4. 4. At a Glance 3. Modular : OpenERPs unique modular approach allows customers to start with one application and add other modules later. Customers keep the benefits of an integrated software but avoid a “big bang” project. 4. Flexible : OpenERP allows you to customize the user interface and manage your business processes in only a few clicks. 5. No Lock-in : The same version of OpenERP can be used either On-site or Online. OpenERP committed to allowing customers choose what is best for them. 6. Affordable : The absence of license fees makes OpenERP very affordable. The complete set of service we provide (On line and On-site) provide great value for customers. We are the only vendor to guarantee migration services for a fixed feehttp://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
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  6. 6. VisionThe Vision : At OpenERP we believe that business applications should not be a luxury. That any company, in any country, should be able to afford the best tools to expand their businesses professionally. In order to do so, “We need to break the existing rules of the ERP’s” and the business applications market. 1. Customers should spend their budget wisely : OpenERP believe that customers should use their budget wisely and invest in customizing the application to their specific needs, rather than paying expensive license fees. Open Source allows this. Open source is a disruptive model because it creates more value for the customers. 2. Software is recyclable: For decades customers have developed applications which remained specific to their own needs and in the end proved extremely expensive to maintain. Open Source means that customers can benefit from past developments of other companies. Also by contributing to the evolution of the software, the users will enjoy the guarantee that their development will be included in future versions of the software.
  7. 7. Vision3. Levering from the Web: Most ERP and Business applications vendors do not leverage the benefits of Web. OpenERP believe that the fact, OpenERP entered this market recently is an asset. OpenERP can build a new breed of business applications, more modular, more customer friendly, fully web based, that others can’t, due to the heritage of their legacy systems.4. Engaging with customers differently: Open source also allows us to engage with our customers differently. Since there is no licensing cost, any potential customer can download the software, test it and use it if it meets their needs. We have no need for an expensive sales force to promote the product. We just need to make the best product and make it available to customersOpenERP believe can break many barriers in this industry, make our softwareavailable to many companies who could otherwise not afford to pay forexpensive business applications license fees. We allow customers to use theirmoney smartly and tailor the software to their individual needs. We leveragefrom our customer base to enrich the software and finally we eradicate anylock-in to allow our customer to use and even drop our software freely..
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  9. 9. Business Model Software vendors drive 25% of their revenues from licenses. How can Open Source vendors survive without license revenues ?http://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
  10. 10. A Lower Cost StructureAn efficient development model
  11. 11. A Lower Cost Structure 1. An efficient development model • A Few facts : • More than 800 individuals contribute to OpenERP • OpenERP is localized in 22 languages • OpenERP covers all major business applications and is comprised of more thank 500 modules • The Open Source Recipe : • Leveraging from a flexible architecture • Contribution from our community • Contribution from our partners and customershttp://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
  12. 12. A Lower Cost Structure2. A Volume Sales Model Since there is no license fees, customers can download the software, install it, test it for free and involve OpenERP and it’s partners when they feel the product is right for them Resulting in significant savings on sales costs
  13. 13. A Lower Cost Structure3. Leveraging one Platform
  14. 14. A Sustainable ProfitabilityProprietary Model vs Open SourceOnly monopolies or a strongcustomer lock in will allow you toreach over 20% profit margin .But is it sustainable ?Objectives of Business Model :1. Makes business applications affordable for every one2. Creates more value for our customers3. Creates value for our partners and our community4. Creates a sustainable model for business development
  15. 15. Key Features of Each Functional Moduleshttp://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
  16. 16. Key Features of Each Func. of ModulesAccounting and Finance Management
  17. 17. Key Features of Each Func. of Modules Customer Relationship Management (CRM)http://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
  18. 18. Key Features of Each Func. of Modules Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Run Campaignshttp://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
  19. 19. Key Features of Each Func. of ModulesCustomer Relationship Management (CRM)
  20. 20. Key Features of Each Func. of ModulesInvoicing
  21. 21. Key Features of Each Func. of Modules Human Resources Managementhttp://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
  22. 22. Key Features of Each Func. of ModulesHuman Resources Management Manage the most important asset in your company: "People". Leave Personal Information Attendances Recruit Employees Time Tracking Training ExpensesEvaluate Performance Realtime Statistic Payroll
  23. 23. Key Features of Each Func. of ModulesHuman Resources Management Recruitment Recruit Employees • Integration with E-mail Gateway • Recruitment Process • Define Job Position • Publish Job Opportunities • Follow Up Applicants • Manage Interview • Manage CV Base • Link CV As Attachment • Automated indexation for search
  24. 24. Key Features of Each Func. of Modules Human Resources Management Personal Information Personal Information • Personal Information • Miscellaneous • Categories • Timesheets • Training Record • Award • Violation • Job Histories • Appraisal Values • Appraisal • Noteshttp://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
  25. 25. Key Features of Each Func. of Modules Human Resources Management Leave Manage Leave • Define allowance types • Paid holidays • Sicness • Record leave requests • Validated by Managers • Attachment of tickets • Check remaining days • Synchronization with agendahttp://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
  26. 26. Key Features of Each Func. of Modules Human Resources Management Manage Attendance Attendance • Track time spent by an employee • In the office • By project • Sign in / Sign Out • Manually • Connect to an external machine • Timesheet fullfillment • Weekly, Monthly, … • Syncronization with projects • Track Costs • By Project • Linked with analytic accountshttp://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
  27. 27. Key Features of Each Func. of Modules Human Resources Management Employee Expenses Manage Expenses • Manage Employee’s Expenses • Employee’s record their expenses • Managers validate • Accountant reimburse • Sales re-invoice the customer • Get rid of paper • Integrated with DMS • Attachment of ticketshttp://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
  28. 28. Key Features of Each Func. of ModulesHuman Resources Management
  29. 29. Key Features of Each Func. of ModulesPayroll Management
  30. 30. Key Features of Each Func. of Modules Manufacturing Managementhttp://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
  31. 31. Key Features of Each Func. of ModulesManufacturing Management
  32. 32. Key Features of Each Func. of Modules Warehouse Managementhttp://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
  33. 33. Key Features of Each Func. of ModulesWarehouse Management
  34. 34. Key Features of Each Func. of ModulesMarketing Campaign Management
  35. 35. Key Features of Each Func. of ModulesPurchases Management
  36. 36. Key Features of Each Func. of ModulesPoint of Sales Management
  37. 37. Key Features of Each Func. of Mdules Project Managementhttp://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
  38. 38. Key Features of Each Func. of MdulesProject Management
  39. 39. Key Features of Each Func. of Modules Point of Sales (POS)http://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66
  40. 40. Key Features of Each Func. of ModulesPoint of Sales (POS)
  41. 41. Key Features of Each Func. of Modules Application Builder Managementhttp://id.linkedin.com/pub/ari-limpo/24/450/a66