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People at OpenERP, Ephec - Brussels, March 2013 People at OpenERP, Ephec - Brussels, March 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • OpenERP 1 GRÉGORY DETHIERFUNCTIONAL CONSULTANT
  • Agenda 2 OpenERP – The Company OpenERP – The Solution People at OpenERP Questions and Answers
  • OpenERP – The Company 3 View slide
  • Some figures 4 Born in 2005 Founder: Fabien Pinckaers 180 employees  Offices in Belgium, India , Luxembourg and USA  Soon: Hong Kong Worldwide cover  OpenERP, it is  Present in more than 80  + 1500 modules  Available in 22 countries languages  Community > 1100 members  +1000 downloads per day View slide
  • Business Model Sales EDITOR Consultants SaaS / SMALL R&D Online BUSINESS Partners Partner AccountRecruiters Managers Consultants COMPANY
  • Business Model 6How can we succeed with a licence-free product? Marketing Marketing Maintenance Licence Sales SalesPROPRIETARY EDITORS 15% R&D 25% 25% Maintenance R&D Structure OPEN ERP SA 20% 60% costs 20% Structure 45% costs Services 35% Services Profit 40% Profit 40% 30% 30% 15% INCOMES EXPENSE INCOME EXPENSE
  • How do we do it ? 7 Revolutionary product  Revolutionary  New generation business model programming language  Free download: everyone can  Modular approach allowing test the product in a few incremental contributions clicks  Entirely web based  Clients benefit from past  Same solution deployed on contributions and can local servers and in the cloud contribute to the product evolution
  • OpenERP – The Solution 8
  • ERP 9 ERP for Entreprise  Examples: Resource Planning Open source Proprietary OpenERP SAP Compiere Microsoft Dynamics Definition: Openbravo Oracle ApplicationsIntegrated software solution thatincorporates the key businessfunctions of the organization Key areas: Accounting, purchasing, sales, warehousing and manufacturing
  • Technical architecture 10
  • Technical architecture 11 3-tier architecture  Programming languages: Different ways to use:  Python  Web  JavaScript (AJAX)  Mobile  XML  GTK  CSS
  • 3-third architecture 12  3 layers:  Presentation layer  Functional layer  Data layer Database OpenERP Server Web Client PostgreSQL  Contains every business rule  Use of a Web browser o Open source  Web server and OpenERP server are  No installation required Only tool accepable for the enterprise integrated o All the logic is on the server world (robustness, functionalities, o Exchange speed side etc.) o New possibilities  Communication based on JSON-RPC Isolated from the OpenERP Server  OpenERP is« stateless » protocol Contains the data, no business logic o Each transaction = o Standard protocol independent o Allows other tools to interact o Allows to switch from on server with OpenERP to another
  • Functional architecture 13 FUNCTIONALITIES USEFUL TOOLS FOR THE USERS
  • Functionalities 14
  • Useful tools for the users Kanban view 15 Quick overview of the  Functionalities: information in Post-It  Drag&Drop notes  Actions launching  Colors to distinguish elements
  • Useful tools for the users List and Search view 16 Display a limited  Functionalities: number of  Search elements for  Grouping quick analysis  Action launching
  • Useful tools for the users Form view 17 Creation and modification of new records Specification of each info for a record
  • Useful tools for the users Dashboard 18 Visualization of actions made and actions to make Graphic visualization of actions made and to make
  • Demonstration 19 Look and Feel CRM – Leads et Opportunities Sales – Quotation and Sale order + Invoicing Purchase – Request for quotation + Purchase Order + Invoicing Warehousing– Reception and delivery of products
  • People at OpenERP 20 Valérie Descamps HRM
  • What our people do ? 21 Research & Development: evolution and development of the solution  technological and strategic orientation of OpenERP by continuous improvement of  the technologies used  the core of OpenERP Professional Services (consultants) provides all services  project management  consultancy (functional and technical)  support and migration of databases Sales Department sells!  new partnerships  manages the relationship with existing partners  sells access to the OpenERP online platform
  • Organizational chart 22 OpenERP (66) Professional AdministrationSales (20) R&D (18) Finance (2) Services (22) (4) OpenERP Implementation Partner Project & Web dev. Entreprise assistance & HR recruitment Consultancy Services trainingsChannel Account System Addons dev. Support Technical management administration Community Direct Sales Framework dev. Migration Functional management Project Sales support Useability Maintenance management Event SaaS dev. management
  • Our activities are executed by an international and multi- background workforce 23Belgian team: 12 nationalities / 70 people 14 languages spoken Each employee speaks at least 2 languages 15 varieties of educational backgrounds
  • An international workforce 24Belgian Romanian (3!) Chilean Vietnamese Luxembourg Spanish Moroccan Azerbaijanis Indian French Bulgarian Venezuelian British
  • Multi-background workforce 25 R&D  Geeks without any certificate  Bachelors and Masters in Computer Science  Civil Engineers in Computer Science Sales  Bachelors and Masters of all sorts (Commercial Science, Marketing, Enterprise Management, Communication, Political Science, Foreign Languages, etc) Professional Services  Bachelors and Masters (mainly Business and Civil Engineers)
  • Let’s be practical… 26 The developers  Develop, code, program  Care about technical challenges and bringing innovative and unexpected features to deliver a revolutionary product  Do not focus on the clients needs and financial results The sales  Talk, listen, argue, negotiate, fight  Care about selling and making money  Do not focus on bugs or difficulties to deliver some services The consultants  Analyse, serve, think about client’s issues, face the bugs  Care about solving problems and making clients happy  Do not focus on sales promises
  • So how do we work all together? 27
  • The 1st secret 28Obviously… We all use OpenERP !
  • The 2d secret 29Our CEO and his team of Managers  Inspire us all to look into the same direction  Create the link between the teams  Value and explain the others’ job  Make us understand the complementarity of our jobs and goals
  • The 3d secret 30 + Our values and ourincredible sense of humour
  • And the last secret… 31 +Beer Barbecue …and all our events
  • OpenERP internships and jobs 32 OpenERP (66) Professional AdministrationSales (20) R&D (18) Finance (2) Services (22) (4) OpenERP Implementation Partner Project & Web dev. Entreprise assistance & HR recruitment Consultancy Services trainingsChannel Account System Addons dev. Support Technical management administration Community Direct Sales Framework dev. Migration Functional management Project Sales support Useability Maintenance management Event SaaS dev. management
  • Thanks ! 33Questions?