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The  Open ERP  effect... Richard's  Success
Richard is a brilliant manager...
he  founded  his  manufacturing company  in 1985...
In 2000 he reached 45 employees
In 2000 he reached 45 employees ...to fulfill  4500 orders a day = 100 orders / employee
This is  George, Richard's  CFO
George  likes his Accounting software ...
But he  wastes hours  each day on...
But he  wastes hours  each day on... Creating invoices based on data from their logistics application
But he  wastes hours  each day on... Synchronizing timesheets with his analytic accounting
But he  wastes hours  each day on... Encoding Refund Invoices based on emails from after-sales services
But he  wastes hours  each day on... Preparing  consolidated reporting for Richard
But he  wastes hours  each day on... Pushing documents to their internal Document Management System
But he  wastes hours  each day on... Processing payments through bank interfaces...
So it is for all other  employees on their  respective applications.
Richard's  IT infrastructure exploded in a few years...
In 2006 they reached 90 employees ...but they fulfill only  5000 orders a day = 55 orders per employee
The  overhead  makes them fulfill 45% fewer orders per employee than they did 6 years ago ! That growth makes Richard's  m...
Tina  is the HR Manager Her business life became  difficult  when the  company grew to 90 people in 2007.
So she asked Richard for new software  to manage employees'  leave  and  holidays .
Richard was  afraid  of this request because, to be efficient this  new software  should: <ul><li>Process data from employ...
Richard thought it was time to go for a completely new strategy for their IT structure. So, he integrated : They activated...
<ul><li>His  motivation  was due to: </li></ul><ul><li>License : 0$ </li></ul><ul><li>Starting costs for On Demand: 0$ </l...
The new infrastructure looked like this... Annual Maintenance: 45.000 $ Annual Licenses: 39.000 $
Tina was  so happy  with her HR management system that Richard decided to use other modules  from Open ERP.
They first activated the CRM modules to replace Ms. Dynamics CRM Annual Maintenance:  45.000 $ Annual Licenses:  39.000 $
They first activated the CRM modules to replace Ms. Dynamics CRM Annual Maintenance:  40.000 $ Annual Licenses:  33.000 $
Then, they activated modules for manufacturing, sales, BI and projects Annual Maintenance:  20.000 $ Annual Licenses:  13....
Then, they activated modules for accounting and human resources mgt. Annual Maintenance:  12.000 $ Annual Licenses:  7.000 $
And they did the same for  all  other  services  in 2008. Their new  infrastructure looks like......
A fully integrated management system: Annual Maintenance: 10.000 $ Annual Licenses: 0 $
Now Richard is a happy manager... He r educed licenses  and  maintenance  costs to 1/8 of their previous cost !
... he has a system that can  evolve with his company's needs... And employees' recurring tasks have been  reduced by 40% ...
And all of this while keeping and improving his  visibility  and  control of all the enterprise processes
And Tina likes his new way of working... She has a  unique  and  integrated system for the shared calendar, the vacation m...
This allowed the company to grow quickly, while keeping and controlling its efficiency
And Richard was able to launch new off-shored organizations in  only 2 weeks . He  controls  all offices from  one system .
And to extend their new way of working to suppliers  and  customers, Richard activated  Open ERP's portals
... all customer and supplier processes are  fully integrated  with the Company.
There are  thousands of companies like Richard's ... If you want to be one of them, check: http://openerp.com To discover ...
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  1. The Open ERP effect... Richard's Success
  2. Richard is a brilliant manager...
  3. he founded his manufacturing company in 1985...
  4. In 2000 he reached 45 employees
  5. In 2000 he reached 45 employees ...to fulfill 4500 orders a day = 100 orders / employee
  6. This is George, Richard's CFO
  7. George likes his Accounting software ...
  8. But he wastes hours each day on...
  9. But he wastes hours each day on... Creating invoices based on data from their logistics application
  10. But he wastes hours each day on... Synchronizing timesheets with his analytic accounting
  11. But he wastes hours each day on... Encoding Refund Invoices based on emails from after-sales services
  12. But he wastes hours each day on... Preparing consolidated reporting for Richard
  13. But he wastes hours each day on... Pushing documents to their internal Document Management System
  14. But he wastes hours each day on... Processing payments through bank interfaces...
  15. So it is for all other employees on their respective applications.
  16. Richard's IT infrastructure exploded in a few years...
  17. In 2006 they reached 90 employees ...but they fulfill only 5000 orders a day = 55 orders per employee
  18. The overhead makes them fulfill 45% fewer orders per employee than they did 6 years ago ! That growth makes Richard's margins decrease !
  19. Tina is the HR Manager Her business life became difficult when the company grew to 90 people in 2007.
  20. So she asked Richard for new software to manage employees' leave and holidays .
  21. Richard was afraid of this request because, to be efficient this new software should: <ul><li>Process data from employees' timesheets </li></ul><ul><li>Integrate with the project management system </li></ul><ul><li>Integrate with the payroll software </li></ul><ul><li>Display holidays in the enterprise shared calendar </li></ul>
  22. Richard thought it was time to go for a completely new strategy for their IT structure. So, he integrated : They activated the “holidays” module only for an easy and quick integration.
  23. <ul><li>His motivation was due to: </li></ul><ul><li>License : 0$ </li></ul><ul><li>Starting costs for On Demand: 0$ </li></ul><ul><li>One software to fit all business needs </li></ul><ul><li>350+ integrated modules </li></ul><ul><li>Fully Open Source </li></ul>
  24. The new infrastructure looked like this... Annual Maintenance: 45.000 $ Annual Licenses: 39.000 $
  25. Tina was so happy with her HR management system that Richard decided to use other modules from Open ERP.
  26. They first activated the CRM modules to replace Ms. Dynamics CRM Annual Maintenance: 45.000 $ Annual Licenses: 39.000 $
  27. They first activated the CRM modules to replace Ms. Dynamics CRM Annual Maintenance: 40.000 $ Annual Licenses: 33.000 $
  28. Then, they activated modules for manufacturing, sales, BI and projects Annual Maintenance: 20.000 $ Annual Licenses: 13.000 $
  29. Then, they activated modules for accounting and human resources mgt. Annual Maintenance: 12.000 $ Annual Licenses: 7.000 $
  30. And they did the same for all other services in 2008. Their new infrastructure looks like......
  31. A fully integrated management system: Annual Maintenance: 10.000 $ Annual Licenses: 0 $
  32. Now Richard is a happy manager... He r educed licenses and maintenance costs to 1/8 of their previous cost !
  33. ... he has a system that can evolve with his company's needs... And employees' recurring tasks have been reduced by 40% due to integration and automation.
  34. And all of this while keeping and improving his visibility and control of all the enterprise processes
  35. And Tina likes his new way of working... She has a unique and integrated system for the shared calendar, the vacation management, the planning, ...
  36. This allowed the company to grow quickly, while keeping and controlling its efficiency
  37. And Richard was able to launch new off-shored organizations in only 2 weeks . He controls all offices from one system .
  38. And to extend their new way of working to suppliers and customers, Richard activated Open ERP's portals
  39. ... all customer and supplier processes are fully integrated with the Company.
  40. There are thousands of companies like Richard's ... If you want to be one of them, check: http://openerp.com To discover Richard's customers, check: Customers in Action
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