What is Odoo?

Odoo is a Belgian unicorn, founded and led by Fabien Pinckaers. Since the company started in 2005, it has known an average yearly growth of 60%. Odoo is globally recognised as a leading open-source ERP software, taking on major players such as Oracle's Netsuite, Microsoft Dynamics, and SAP Business. Odoo is a comprehensive suite of business management software tools designed to streamline and automate a variety of company operations. What sets Odoo apart is its open-source model, which allows for extensive customisation to fit the specific needs of any business.

What does Odoo do?

Odoo does the heavy lifting. With 46 modules, it covers practically all operational needs a company has. Odoo centralises inventory, accounting, customer support, CRM... streamlining operations and data flow. Its modularity allows for scalability, and its API facilitates integrations with existing systems. This gives Odoo power to become the backbone of a company. Whether you're a small startup or a large enterprise, it integrates all your departmental needs into a single, cohesive system. Operational efficiency at its best.

Why Odoo?

Odoo simplifies complex processes. Choosing Odoo means getting an easy-to-use, affordable ERP solution. Its straightforward interface cuts down on training time, making business management smoother. A key reason companies pick Odoo is flexibility. While other ERPs are often static, Odoo is very agile when it comes to integrations and customisation.

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Odoo's 2024 pricing offers three main plans to suit various business sizes: a free plan for one app with unlimited users, a Standard plan starting at €19.90 per user per month for all apps, and a Custom plan for advanced needs starting at €29.90 per user per month. This strategy is designed to be flexible, allowing businesses of all sizes to scale and customise their ERP solutions affordably. This new pricing got introduced in 2022. The hockeystick-curve shows it didn't go unnoticed.