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Openbravo ERP

Openbravo provides a fully functional, integrated, Web-based, open source ERP (enterprise management system) and open source point-of-sale (POS) application. Designed for small and mid-size enterprises in the retail industry, Openbravo provides functionality for procurement and warehouse management, project and service management, production management, and financial management.  
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Openbravo ERP

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Openbravo

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Openbravo, headquartered in Spain, develops open source enterprise management systems. The company sells to its clients through its partner network. Its programs encompass a suite of services and professional tools that allow partners to build business based on Openbravo and to offer professional services and implementations to end users.
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A Preamble to Openbravo ERP v3

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Openbravo ERP is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution on the less expensive side of the spectrum, which is valued by distribution and retail industries as well as by manufacturing, services, public-sector, and nonprofit organizations. I caught up with Openbravo’s John Fandl recently about the company’s latest iteration of its ERP solution (version 3). In the past, we’ve mostly

5 Top HR Modules for ERP Systems

A growing number of businesses are adopting enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems to give their departments accurate and accessible shared data. Human resource Management (HRM) isn’t being left out of the loop. In fact, most major ERP vendors now offer their customers HRM modules that help automate an array of tasks while generating crucial data for enterprise planning and optimization. Know the top five modules.
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Lessons from ERP Implementation Failures: Hear from the Experts

It’s the software industry’s dirty little secret. Over 65 percent of software implementations fail—wasting untold amounts of time, money, and resources. Learn from a panel of experts how to make sure your company doesn’t suffer these kinds of losses. Of course, making the right ERP selection goes a long way in avoiding major implementation pitfalls. That’s why Lessons from ERP Implementation Failures gives you the right approach to finding an ERP system that meets your company’s special needs. Learn the lessons of ERP implementation failures—and get a plan for successful ERP selection—all from the experts who have been there.
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Today's IT Spending and Enterprise FOSS

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Making the blog rounds today: points about enterprise software purchasing in response to poor economic conditions. I'm thinking about the relationship to free and open source (FOSS) enterprise systems as well as the pricing and priorities companies are facing in terms of their means for purchasing and implementing things like ERP systems. Curt Monash's NetworkWorld.com article predicted a rocky

ERP Trivia - Every Why Should Have Its Wherefore Part 1: ERP Trends

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We take the liberty to comment on the findings of a report, which was recently released by a renowned research organization, and which pinpoints ERP implementations’ dissatisfactions in no uncertain terms.

Consona’s CEO Clearing the Air (about Compiere) - Part 1

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In early June Consona Corporation’s analyst relationship (AR) contact forewarned me about the company’s upcoming acquisition of a “leading open-source and cloud computing enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor” and asked about my availability for a briefing once the acquisition was closed. After consultation with TEC’s free and open source software (FOSS) buff Josh

How Can IT Help Competitiveness These Bleak Days? - Part 2

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Part 1 of this blog series introduced the SAP-sponsored expert panel discussion that explored reasons to maintain IT investments even during difficult economic times. The Harvard Business Review (HBR) article by Andrew McAfee and Erik Brynjolfsson entitled “Investing in the IT That Makes a Competitive Difference" was the main supplement and starting point of the discussion. As I mentioned in
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