... is not difficult nor expensive to achieve.  Managing a well implemented DMS however requires a methodical person or team, as you can imagine. Our focus in this article is aimed at using the tools, the display methods and the security handling that we practice and recommend to small and large organizations.

Bouncing the Balls

Rushabh Mehta, Director of the newly founded ERPNext Foundation published an open letter to the Odoo community, stating that the native Belgian Odoo (formerly called OpenERP) ERP solution is a "batteries not included" system with (too) many closed modules, usability and security issues.  ERPNext believes that it is already affecting Odoo by pushing it to build better user experience and keeping more stuff open source.  So there we are.  We took up the glove and took the challenge to verify up to what degree ERPNext is business ready, particularly for the Western Market place.


A CRM or customer relationship management system facilitates developing and upholding meaningful relationships with the customer. Every company whether big or small can benefit from a well developed CRM system. But quite often the prohibitive cost of enterprise grade CRM systems (e.g. Salesforce.com) takes them beyond the reach of majority of the organizations as only a handful of companies with deep pockets can afford such advanced, feature rich systems.

But the scenario started changing with the launch of SugarCRM, the first major open source CRM system.

Read the article in detail: https://www.biztechcs.com/blog/advantages-disadvantages-crm-system/?utm_source=October_Newsletter_3

Implementing Odoo allowed Eolides to have a quick yet detailed overview of all the projects and their current stage. The holistic view provides concise information on all the key elements (parties involved, geographic information, planning data and stages). Invoices can be created aligned with the project status and payment follow-up is now a breeze because payment reminders are triggered automatically.