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  • 1. Starting with 1
  • 2. You can deploy one module for aOne application for every need... simple need or the full integrated ERP. CRM Human Ressources Point-of-Sale Logistic Leads & Opportunities Timesheets / Attendances Touchscreen Multi-Warehouses Quotation & Sales Leaves Management Disconnected Mode Push/Pull Flows Phone Calls Expenses Tracking Fully Integrated Delivery Mgt Shared Calendar Periodic Evaluations Revenue Forecasts Recruitment Accounting Purchases Outlook Plugin Payroll Financial Accounting RfQs Ecommerce Integration Analytic Accounting Purchase Tender After-Sales Services Services Management Bank Interfaces Supplier QoS Marketing Project Management Multi-Currencies Multi-Channel Campaigns Gantt & Calendars Multi-Charts Manufacturing E-Mails templates Issues Tracker Validation Workflows Multi-Level BoMs Website Integration Contract Management 26 Countries supported Flexible Routings Mail Gateway Dashboards & KPI JIT, Kanban, MTO Segmentation & Profiling Document Management Consolidation Full Traceability Template of Report Workflows Budgets Integration ...and 1500+ modules more !
  • 3. Should you adapt yourbusiness processes to an ERP, This webinar is dedicated to or customize thepartners to prospective software your specific needs?
  • 4. Fully Customizable No heavy development required to customize, Elastic software enviroment adapted to business processes! Pict X Pict Y Pict ZWorkflow Designer Screen Designer Report Designer
  • 5. Should you spend your budget on license costs, This webinar is dedicated toor onprospective partners customizing the software to your specific needs?
  • 6. Economic Model of Proprietary ERP Total Cost of Ownership 1 2 3 4 Analysis Licence Cost Project Services Support & 0 to 10% 30 to 40% 50 to 70% Maintenance • Specific adaptations • Limited to the right • Data recovering to use the standard • Configuration and modules and bug settings fixing decided by • Trainings the supplier
  • 7. Economic Model of OpenERPTotal Cost of Ownership 1 2 Support & MaintenanceAnalysis NO Licence Project Services • Bug fixing directly linked to customer fee, OpenERP request • Specific adaptations • Migration SaaS • Data recovering assistance enviroment. • Configuration and • Certification settings includes custom • Trainings development
  • 8. Implementation Phases First Contract AcceptanceMeeting Demo Sales Analysis Implementation Deployment Support Trial Analysis Key user Production Exit Exit Training
  • 9. OpenERP Recommended Approach • The customer assesses the software (free trial, demo). • We perform a sales-analysis during our first meeting with the customer. • Based on the results of the inerview, we will be able to perform a professional full analysis (3-10 days) which will assess, whether the customer’s needs are covered by OpenERP, and shows the need of specific customization or development. • Based on the analysis, a report is presented to the customer, specifying the needs of a succesful ERP implemetation including all costs, schedules, milestones, technical resources and key-user trainings. • The customer validates the detailed analysis avoiding any risk of misunderstanding about what needs to be delivered. If parties disagree the contract can be terminated with minimum harm.
  • 10. Why should we perform an analysis if the customer has already provided a RFQ? • The RFQ provides a good basis for understanding the company’s needs • No matter how detailed the RFQ is, it will never provide the same level of insight as detailed interviews with the management and the users A very • Detailed analysis is the only way to: o Limit the risk of misunderstanding between the partner and the client o Clearly identify what is in the project scope and what is not o Quickly detect difficulties which could be much more complex and expensive to fix if they are handled later on in the project • Performing the analysis is the best way to build customer intimacy. The customer will judge the trust he can grant to the partner during this initial phase. 6/10/2010 DocumentName
  • 11. OpenERP Customer: Danone “Danone deploys OpenERP massively in their companies in emerging countries. The implementation timing is amazing.” Edouard Dogning ERP Project Manager, Danone Industry: bio food Employees: 101000 Turnover: $17b OpenERP Strategy: deploys OpenERP in 164 companies having a turnover bellow 100M€.
  • 12. Our Customers: Singer “With OpenERP we have a solution that allows us to grow in the future. It is stable, flexible, and perfectly answered our needs.” Philippe Leruth, President Singer France SAS Industry: Sewing Machine Manufacturing 150 PoS in France
  • 13. Our Customer: The Poste “OpenERP allows very big benefits in terms of productivity.” Olivier Lenoir Head of IT Infrastructure, The Poste Second postal operator in Europe. Industry: Mail Distribution Employees: 276500 Turnover: 20 B€ 17000 shops in one country
  • 14. Start Your own OpenERP in 2 minutes! -- €19 / month per user 30 days free trial!Thank you for your attention! ELASTOFFICE AG SaaS Team