Glendale, CA – OmniTechnical, a Glendale-based custom IT-solutions provider, has partnered with ODOO. ODOO, which was formerly known as OpenERP, is a comprehensive suite of business applications which include sales, CRM, project management, warehouse management, manufacturing, financial management, and human resources. ODOO offers a choice of over a thousand software modules. With more than a thousand installations per day, ODOO remains to be one of the most used open source solution in the world. It has a dynamic community, is flexible, and can be adapted to the user’s needs. It can be put in production rapidly due to its modularity.
ODOO customization is ideal for newly established businesses that are looking for low-cost and a fully integrated financial, HR, website systems. These are companies which currently have some sort of automation but are using various software from different vendors and would like to integrate into one seamless system. Businesses which are paying too much for automation and are using antiquated technology hampering company growth, reliability and scalability of their business applications while at the same time are tired of poor customer service from their software vendors. It is also an excellent fit for businesses that have lots of different software for different processes as well as companies that do not have easy access to information about their business and whose IT is too complex and time-consuming. ODOO customization also serves businesses whose financial management is increasingly inefficient and complex.
Omnitechnical provides services like assessment of current systems and a fit-gap analysis to determine suitability of ODOO. It provides the implementation and integration using ODOO to support operations and growth as well as building efficient and cost-effective software solutions for businesses on top of the ODOO platform.
After implementing this solution businesses can radically improve operational efficiencies in all the operations by increasing information availability and adopting process improvements. Also, they can reduce working capital requirement by optimizing the inventory products and other consumables across departments and capture information to build accountability for performance across organizational levels at the corporate office. Businesses can also integrate systems to address issues relating to data management to avoid duplication of effort, accuracy, timeliness and comprehensiveness of management information. They can streamline the accounts functionalities for efficient cash flow management and ensure that the IT systems are ready for the future competitive environment.