What is Odoo?

Odoo is the world's fastest growing ERP  

Odoo is a comprehensive ERP and enterprise software that manages almost everything your business needs: finance, production, inventory, fieldwork, customer relationship management (CRM), sales, projects, contracts, hiring, marketing and HR.  

Companies can choose between the free Odoo Community or the larger Odoo Enterprise that comes with support.

Enterprise is a version developed and maintained by Odoo SA, which involves a lot of advanced development work. Users of the Enterprise version have access to a wider selection in the App Store (Odoo App Store) as well as support services for, among other things, version upgrades.

Odoo is open and independent 

Odoo software is open to all and independent of individual suppliers' business decisions. It cannot suddenly disappear from the world map.

The system is constantly being developed by a global community of experts, making it a vibrant and ever-evolving soluti on.

Odoo always has local support available because of an extensive international partner network.

Open source is visible to everyone and developers have professional pride in their own work. In the event of potential software bugs, the entire thousand-headed developer community has the ability to fix it quickly.

Open source guarantees that technology will continue to play a strong role in global competition. 

Odoo is very user friendly. It has even been hailed as intuitive.

Covering all business needs

Odoo takes care of almost every business process, from leads to customer support. Odoo also manages accounting and financial management. The software scales and evolves, and clients can deploy applications step-by-step. Also, Odoo can be seamlessly integrated with other software.

Odoo's core functionality includes hundreds of audited modules, and the Odoo App Store gives access to thousands of additional modules developed by the Odoo developer community. Many of these are completely free.  At SprintIT, we have also created our fair share of these Apps.

At its simplest, the modules are small add-ons to existing applications. At their broadest, the modules are so-called industry verticals that cover the specific needs of an entire industry. 

Odoo is safe

Because the code is open, it is also of good quality. Long-available systems, such as Odoo, have been audited through the eyes of many professionals and potential security holes have been patched.

Open source is no different from the security of licensed applications. The connections are SSL tunneled, such as bank connections, and the service can be placed in a customer environment.

Odoo permissions are based on user groups that can control access to various data at both the object and field level. All functions require strong authentication.