open-source-erp-vergelijking : openerp-erpnext-openbravo-opentaps-postbooks-weberp

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In any of the organization (in the business of retail/E-commerce) we need to deal with various department to fulfill customers requirement, or you can we are dependent on various department to full fill customers order, which includes manufacturing (optional), purchase (procurement), Sales, CRM, Warehouse, Retail Shops, Websites, Marketing and many approvals.

To make sure everyone is aligned to one goal we would one application which has either everything above or can communicate between various departments called ERP.

There are ERP applications available in the market, but rathar than spending good  on Closed ERP application, we thought of giving a comparision of Open Source ERP Applications available in the market, which can help you save cost and time.

  1. OpenERPOpenERP Open Source ERP comparison   OpenERP, erpNext, OpenBravo, opentaps, PostBooks, WebERPElegance and PythonJavascript. Very well layered and modularized, yet uses lightweight frameworks. Open ERP is a complete and modular system with about 700 modules. ERP software has a strong MVC architecture with an object database, a dynamic GUI, distributed server, flexible workflows, and reports.  Database and server part is written in Python. This is a complete open source ERP software, which is designed to address the needs of the company and the process.
  2. Openbravo:openBravo Open Source ERP comparison   OpenERP, erpNext, OpenBravo, opentaps, PostBooks, WebERPwell layered, somewhat heavyweight frameworks used. Strategic ROI of  is related to the business insights and superior decision-making that emerge from daily use. Openbravo’s embedded business intelligence provides easy, role-based access to information to ensure timely, -making based on a  of truth. Data quality is critical to unlocking this level of ROI, and Openbravo’s innovative in-context auditing promotes the individual data ownership that improves data quality over time.
  3. erpNext:erpNext Open Source ERP comparison   OpenERP, erpNext, OpenBravo, opentaps, PostBooks, WebERPInteresting. Python. a little less modularized than OpenERPERPNext has a large number of built-in modules (or apps) to help you manage your business on one platform:
    • Financial Accounting
    • Inventory Management
    • Manufacturing Management
    • Sales and CRM
    • Purchasing or SRM
    • Human Resource Management (HRM)
    • Customer Support and Maintenance
    • Projects and Time Tracking
    • Website Builder (from your Items) and Content Management
  4. opentaps:Opentaps Open Source ERP comparison   OpenERP, erpNext, OpenBravo, opentaps, PostBooks, WebERPwell layered, heavyweight frameworks based on Java.Enterprise software such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) are unique. Because every business that uses them is different, ERP and CRM software must be custom tailored to the needs of each business. Traditionally, that has meant either custom developing an ERP or CRM system for the specific requirements of an organization or purchasing an existing ERP and CRM system and customizing it.Both approaches have significant issues. Custom development projects often start innocuously. “We know what we need, so let’s do it.” “Doing it” in software development, though, could be expensive and risky, and the majority of custom software development projects ultimately fail to meet the needs of the users.
  5. PostBookspostbooks Open Source ERP comparison   OpenERP, erpNext, OpenBravo, opentaps, PostBooks, WebERPpgpsql database programming language and inline sql in client code. C++, Pgpsql, Javascript. PostBooks is divided into 7  modules: Accounting, Sales, CRM, Manufacture, Purchase, Inventory and Products. It supports multi-currency and multi-language capability and is therefore suited for international deployment. All modules are integrated into a single common code base in the client, and reside in a single database schema on the server. The client for both PostBooks and its older and more comprehensive commercial sibling, OpenMFG, is identical. The difference between the two is completely managed in the database schema where the OpenMFG database includes additional tables and functions to support larger enterprises. At login the client checks to see whether it is logging into a PostBooks, Standard, or Manufacturing database, and changes its menu structure accordingly
  6. WebERP:webERP logo Open Source ERP comparison   OpenERP, erpNext, OpenBravo, opentaps, PostBooks, WebERPReally simple implementation, meant for anybody to be able to modify it. That also means its not that well layered or modularized. Procedural , no frameworks.


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