People at OpenERP, Ephec - Brussels, March 2013

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People at OpenERP, Ephec - Brussels, March 2013

  1. 1. OpenERP 1 GRÉGORY DETHIERFUNCTIONAL CONSULTANT
  2. 2. Agenda 2 OpenERP – The Company OpenERP – The Solution People at OpenERP Questions and Answers
  3. 3. OpenERP – The Company 3
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. Business Model Sales EDITOR Consultants SaaS / SMALL R&D Online BUSINESS Partners Partner AccountRecruiters Managers Consultants COMPANY
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. OpenERP – The Solution 8
  9. 9. 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
  10. 10. Technical architecture 10
  11. 11. Technical architecture 11 3-tier architecture  Programming languages: Different ways to use:  Python  Web  JavaScript (AJAX)  Mobile  XML  GTK  CSS
  12. 12. 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
  13. 13. Functional architecture 13 FUNCTIONALITIES USEFUL TOOLS FOR THE USERS
  14. 14. Functionalities 14
  15. 15. 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
  16. 16. Useful tools for the users List and Search view 16 Display a limited  Functionalities: number of  Search elements for  Grouping quick analysis  Action launching
  17. 17. Useful tools for the users Form view 17 Creation and modification of new records Specification of each info for a record
  18. 18. Useful tools for the users Dashboard 18 Visualization of actions made and actions to make Graphic visualization of actions made and to make
  19. 19. 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
  20. 20. People at OpenERP 20 Valérie Descamps HRM
  21. 21. 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
  22. 22. 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
  23. 23. 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
  24. 24. An international workforce 24Belgian Romanian (3!) Chilean Vietnamese Luxembourg Spanish Moroccan Azerbaijanis Indian French Bulgarian Venezuelian British
  25. 25. 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)
  26. 26. 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
  27. 27. So how do we work all together? 27
  28. 28. The 1st secret 28Obviously… We all use OpenERP !
  29. 29. 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
  30. 30. The 3d secret 30 + Our values and ourincredible sense of humour
  31. 31. And the last secret… 31 +Beer Barbecue …and all our events
  32. 32. 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
  33. 33. Thanks ! 33Questions?

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