Odoo (formerly known as OpenERP, and earlier TinyERP) is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) system. Developed in Python, the database uses open source PostgreSQL, and the system is released under the GNU GPL open source agreement.
The system provides a more flexible module structure. Common modules include: purchase management, sales management, inventory management, financial management, goods management, marketing management, customer relationship management, production management, personnel management, and service support. Users can choose to install applicable modules directly from the module library, or perform management operations for module uninstallation and upgrade.
The client user interface is based on GTK and supports both Linux and Windows platforms. There is also an eTiny Web client based on TurboGears under development.
Odoo is an integrated management software that provides a series of business applications to form a complete set of enterprise management applications. Odoo solutions are ideal for small and medium businesses, but suitable for small and large companies. Odoo is an all-in-one business software that covers all business needs, including CRM, website / e-commerce, billing, accounting, manufacturing, warehousing and project management, and inventory, all seamlessly integrated.
Odoo offers three independent solution versions; Odoo Enterprise, Odoo Online SaaS (software as a service) version, and Odoo community version. The Enterprise Edition is self-hosted, it includes all applications, and the price per user starts at $ 360 per year with at least 5 users. Odoo Online version is hosted in the cloud, and the first free application is available as a standalone application to unlimited users. After the first application, there is a fixed monthly subscription fee for the number of applications and users used.