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Re: Effective Org

ClosingAp Open Source Integrators Europe, LDA, Daniel Reis
- 24/04/2020 11:37:29
I would say Odoo greatest strength lies in it's flexibility, and we can 
make it work for radically different businesses.

The base addons give you a foundation for essential business processes, 
such as order-to-cash.
And the framework gives you the tools to add layers on top of those base 
features to support whatever is your specific business needs, or even 
extend to incorporate specialized tools that work better for your industry.

So Odoo is a good generalist to fit the system of record role, and most 
of your non essential functions.
For specialized function, bring in (and integrate) whatever the 
best-of-breed tools your business requires.

A common example:
If for your an eCommerce is a nice to have, using the Odoo one is a 
great asset.
If you business is primarily eCommerce and has decent volume, then 
consider integrating something else, or do some significant investment 
in Odoo customization development.

Use the right tool for the right job.
The trick is to understand what jobs are good for Odoo.


On 24/04/2020 04:22, David Arnold wrote:


> Audacious theoreme:



> For an effective organization, drop odoo for keybase alltogether.


> After all, organizations are made of people, right?


> Odoo's fundamental process model is too stiff for organic business growth.


> Odoo's omnichannel conversational capabilities are weak. It's general 

> conversational capabilities are week, too.


> And are there chances your business is not a Jon Doe table factory, 

> like one plate, four legs, you know...


> Conclusion: integrate odoo as a backend into your tools landscape, but 

> drive your business growth elsewhere.


> .


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