|Original author(s)||Fabien Pinckaers|
|Developer(s)||OpenERP S.A. (previously Tiny sprl)|
|Stable release||7.0 / December 22, 2012|
|Operating system||Linux, Windows, Unix, Mac OS X|
|Type||ERP, CRM, Accounting|
OpenERP is licensed under the terms of the AGPL license.
OpenERP is provided with standard modules to match the needs of the following sectors:
- OpenERP for Paper Industry
- OpenERP for Packaging Industry
- OpenERP for Hologram Industry
- OpenERP School Management System
- OpenERP Health & Hospital Management System
- OpenERP Best ERP .
Web Application Architecture
Source code and contributions
The source code of OpenERP is hosted on Launchpad, using the Bazaar revision control system, and the contributions are also handled using Launchpad. The documentation is also managed using this service but a website dedicated to all publications has been set up in 2009.
OpenERP s.a. provides a web site referencing the officially supported modules as well as contribution modules. The principle is similar to Apple's App Store. Contribution modules can be referenced for free as long as they respect some submission rules. As of November 2012, the number of OpenERP apps reached more than 2500.
- List of free and open source software packages concerning finance
- Tryton, a fork of OpenERP. workflows are developed in python.
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- Collaborative development platform, Launchpad.
- blog, OpenERP.
- presentations and videos, OpenERP[dead link].
- TERP, text-mode OpenERP client, Google Code.
- Koo, a Qt based OpenERP client, NaN·tic.
- oerppy, a Python XML-RPC OpenERP client, Launchpad.
- Apps library, OpenERP.
- Pinckaers, F; Gardiner, G (2009), OpenERP for Retail and Industrial Management (1st ed.), Open Object Press.
- Aeroo Reports, a WYSIWYG HTML/Openoffice reports, Alistek.
- JERA Framework, Joomla! CMS integration, Alistek.
- OpenERP Books: http://www.openerp.com/catalog/157