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Profoundis - Why OpenERP

  1. 1. Profoundis Why ? www.profoundis.com
  2. 2. Common Executive Problems• How many days do your staffs spend on preparing the business report for the last period?• How many hours do you use to process leave applications, expense imbursement…• Is your accounting system fully integrated with your sales and warehouse management?• Do you want to have an overview of the company at any time and any where?• Do you find the paper documents cannot fit your cabinet any more but you just cannot dump them?• Can you obtain the executive report from each department in one day?www.profoundis.com
  3. 3. ERP(Enterprise Resource Planning)• Concept raised and adopted in 90’s, soon accepted by worldwide enterprises• Popular among Fortune 500 and huge capital invested in ERP• Almost every departments of the company digitally integrated• Fast response in business transformation and instant obtain of company statistics and reports• Gaining popularity among SMEswww.profoundis.com
  4. 4. OpenERP History - Past• Past: Fast Growth of OpenERP – 2002, Fabien Pinckaers (AKA Belgium ‘Bill Gates’), established Tiny ERP system – 2005, Tiny ERP went Open Source – 2008, Tiny ERP changed name to OpenERP – 2010, OpenERP published revolutional V6.0 Versionwww.profoundis.com
  5. 5. Current Stats• Currently No.1 in Open--‐Source ERP• Over 1000 installation everyday, the most installed software in the world  • More than 2000 other useful modules contributed from the community -  Over 300 working partners distributed in 60 countries -  Over 1000 active explorers in the world -  Support over 20 languages including Chinesewww.profoundis.com
  6. 6. OpenERP – Present & FutureFuture: ERP software which has the most users in the world• 2012 First season over 700 Thousand users in the world• 2013 First season over 2 Million userswww.profoundis.com
  7. 7. OpenERP - Major features• Open Source – Source of OpenERP is open, allow you to download, modify the software and the code procedure, no dependency on Single Vendor• Huge Official Modules Resources – OpenERP covers Sales, Purchase, Warehouse Management, Project Management, Manufacturing, Accounting, Human Resources etc. over 2000 Modules Resources• The Most Developed Modular Technology• Delivered as SAAS• Better framework, Easy Configuration• Just a web browser, you can access to your system anytime anywherewww.profoundis.com
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  9. 9. Fully Functional Web Interface• Just a web browser, you can access to your system anytime anywhere• As powerful as local client software• Need not worry about Operating System compatibility• Local Desktop client software is also available• User--friendly interfacewww.profoundis.com
  10. 10. All--in--One• Save time and cost on different software for different business department• Low Cost• User-friendly and refreshing interface, Web and Client Available• Enhance the communication efficiency among departments• No redundant data input• Keep information integrated and organized• Simplify operation procedureswww.profoundis.com
  11. 11. OpenERP - Best choice for Enterprise Information System• Low Risk in Implementation• Rich in the variety of functional modules latest advance modular technology,• solid platform for customization the keys in assuring the successful implementation of OpenERP• No Tie--‐down by Developer• Open source, no license needed to use, not restricted by any single developer• Tailor Make to Suite Business Processes• Cost Saving & Effectivewww.profoundis.com
  12. 12. OpenERP VS Other ERPswww.profoundis.com
  13. 13. Open ERP Function Moduleswww.profoundis.com
  14. 14. Sales Management Sales module allows you to Manage and classify your sales orders into a structural and hierarchical system. Key points:  Get all information needed by the salesman to do his quote in one screen  Complete follow-up and control of sales orders, deliveries and invoicing  Traceability of all customers operations Integration benefits:  Integrated with point of sales  Automatic accounting (financial and analytic) entries creation,  Integrated with contracts, projects, master production shedule,  Design of re-useable offers templates with the report designerwww.profoundis.com
  15. 15. Purchases Purchase management enables you to track your suppliers’ price quotations and convert them into Purchase Orders. Open ERP has several methods of invoices monitoring and tracking of the receipt of ordered goods. Key points:  Purchase tender management,  Integrates best practices: MTS / MTO, JIT, MPS, Kanban,  Invoices, delivered products and services control. Integration benefits: Automatic procurement propositions based on different logistics, Perfectly integrated with accounting, stock, manufacturing and project management.www.profoundis.com
  16. 16. Accounting Open ERP provides a fully integrated accounting module that covers financial accounting, analytic accounting, third party management, taxes management, budgets, assets, etc. Key points:  Multi-company, multi-currency, multi-analytic axes,  Real-time consolidation of multiple charts of accounts,  Very good ergonomy for fast encoding of entries and invoices,  Integrated analytic/cost accounting,  Lots of customizable reports. Integration benefits:  No more re-encoding , all documents are pre-generated,  Accountants decisions impact on the whole system,  Cross reporting with others modules.www.profoundis.com
  17. 17. Thank you contact@profoundis.com www.profoundis.com
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