Odoo Solution by Software


When looking for the right ERP software for your medium-sized company, you will come across many different providers. And everyone will promise to be the best solution for your business.  But not everyone keeps their promises.  This way, a  poorly thought-out move can quickly result in additional costs and problems that could have been avoided in advance. In order to prevent occuring problems, we, at OBS, took a closer look at the three main providers and highlighted possible advantages and disadvantages compared to Odoo.  

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Odoo vs. MS Dynamics 365

Microsoft is a household name for many. With MS Dynamics, the provider primarily focuses on small- and medium-sized companies. It is available as a cloud software, an on-premise solution, and a hybrid variant. But even though Dynamics promises quick implementation and a large network of partners, it struggles with schedules and complex user tasks.

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Odoo vs. SAP Business One

SAP is probably the best-known ERP system. With SAP Business One it adresses small and medium-sized companies. But does that automatically make it the most effective solution for your business? The unclear user interface and the unpredictable costs raise doubts about SAP. But read for yourself.

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Odoo vs. Netsuite

Netsuite is an integrated cloud business software, including ERP, business accounting, e commerce and CRM. But although Netsuite has been part of Oracle since 2016, many interfaces are not technically mature. Besides limited customizations, there is no free software variant available for testing, which easily leads to higher costs.

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