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Working with OpenERP [Format Kindle]

Greg Moss

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In Detail

OpenERP continues to gain momentum throughout the world in providing the best platform for open source ERP installations. This book covers all the essential modules and how to get the power of OpenERP to work for you.

"Working with OpenERP" provides a real-world business solution approach to integrating OpenERP into your small or medium sized business. This book begins by walking you through how to install OpenERP on a Windows or Ubuntu server then takes you through all the essential modules you will need to get OpenERP up and running for your company.

All through the book, "Working with OpenERP" provides real-world examples in sales, customer relationship management (CRM), purchasing, manufacturing, human resources, and financial accounting. After covering the basics, you will learn how to customize various methods to configure OpenERP for your business and even build your own custom modules.

"Working with OpenERP" covers all the basics of installing and using OpenERP along with advanced real-world examples you will not find anywhere else.

Approach

This book is a practical, hands-on guide that provides the reader with a number of real-world examples and step-by-step instructions.

Who this book is for

"Working with OpenERP" is written to make it easy for even a non-technical business person to begin implementing OpenERP in their business. This book uses real-world examples and is perfect for people who have never implemented an ERP system before or used OpenERP, or for those who would like to learn more advanced features, such as creating your own custom modules.

Biographie de l'auteur

Greg Moss

Greg Moss has been a Business and Information Systems Consultant for over 25 years. Starting in 1988, Greg began to work extensively in financial- and accounting-related applications. He wrote his first custom billing system for a rehabilitation facility at the age of 20. He has worked extensively in the health care, point of sale, manufacturing, telecommunications, and service industries. Greg is both a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt, and was the Chief Information Officer at Crownline Boats, Inc.

In addition to OpenERP, he has experience in a variety of ERP systems and was a Sage Pro partner for several years. Greg is the CEO of First Class Ventures, LLC and owner of FirstClassComputerConsulting.com, an OpenERP ready partner.

In his spare time you can find him playing trumpet with his band at a local club, taking cross-country road trips with his African Grey Parrot named Bibi, or sieging a castle with his MMORPG friends.


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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 22634 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 336 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1782163808
  • Editeur : Packt Publishing (25 novembre 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00GX9HM80
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Working with OpenERP, the perfect reference? 7 février 2014
Par Bart van der Meer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Working with OpenERP, the perfect reference?
Implementing an ERP system in any organization can be a time consuming and complicated project. Choosing the right ERP system for your organization may be even more complicated. If your choice is OpenERP, then you do need to make sure that you have access to the right documentation. Although everything is available online, information is often limited to a specific subject or based on questions users have. Making it a difficult task to find the answers and information you need.
Working with OpenERP tries to bundle all the information into a comprehensive book giving you access to most of the modules available with OpenERP and how to set them up.
Going by the Preface the book will show us how to customize the application to fit the needs of practically any business. Although every business owner or manager will oppose against such a statement, let’s give it the benefit of the doubt and see how far we get with it.
First of all the book reads very well, plain language and with almost every feature described a screenshot is available to make it easier to find and understand where it fits in to the application.
It is easy to follow the instructions on setting up your trial account for OpenERP online and it even provides instructions on downloading the system for implementation on-premise. If this first chapter is to complicated for the reader, they might need to reconsider their decision to implement an ERP system in the first place. Does chapter 1 apply to practically any business? The answer here is no. It does apply to many business cases, though only if your business has a straight forward setup, ie. 1 company, 1 office, 1 warehouse and a few staff members.
Chapter 2 describes how to setup your company and define some of the basic settings. Without going into details on setting up an accounting system, here the books falls short. Unless you deal with local or national customers only, it won’t get you far. Where accounting is the most important part of any company and thus should also be treated as such in an ERP system, Working with OpenERP, makes it sound very easy to do. Although nobody will be enthousiastic about paying taxes, we all know it has to be done and it must be calculated correctly regardless of where the customer is based. The example in Working with OpenERP simply bypasses all the exceptions to the rules and uses a single tax rate. Those companies in business with international customers or customers in other states won’t find much if any guidance on how to deal with these tax rates. In short does Chapter 2 of Working with OpenERP apply to practically any business, the answer would be no. I would rather say it doesn’t apply to practically any business.
Based on the first 2 chapters the book doesn’t apply to practically any business, meaning it does apply to many businesses, but not to practically any business. Without going to describe every chapter in detail, it is definitely worth reading the book. The preface may have been written down a little bit too enthusiastic by the authors and you can’t judge a book by the preface alone.
Working with OpenERP does give you plenty of information on features and possibilities. It may even work out of the box for you and you can simply use the book as your manual. It is a great tool to understand the flow of the various modules available for OpenERP and how to use the basics. It almost reads as a product brochure and maybe that is what it is. Reading the complete book you may think that it’s all too good to be true, too easy to be true. And the truth is it isn’t all good and easy, setting up an ERP system for any company requires customization and it is impossible to fit all the options and customizations in to a 300 page book.
It would have been helpful if the authors had spent a little bit more time on exceptions, accounting and the relations between modules as this would make the book even better to use for a lot of businesses as their manual.
Nevertheless the book is definitely worth reading for all “potential” users of OpenERP. It is a great reference for those who don’t want to go through thousands of pages online.
Would I recommend the book? Or should I buy it again? The answer is YES, I would recommend reading it if you are new to OpenERP or if you think your company is fairly straight forward with regards to the organizational structure and workflows. If you are running a more complicated setup and doing international business, then use the book to learn the basics but be aware that customization is required.
Working with OpenERP is probably the only available reference in which most features and modules of OpenERP version 7 are clearly described as far as the basics are concerned. For detailed and more complicated setups your only reference will be the world wide web.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very helpful 28 décembre 2013
Par JTR - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I am somewhat new to OpenERP, and this book really helped fill in the gaps. It is very concise and well organized. The tips and tricks will certainly help us avoid many problems and quirks. It would be difficult and time consuming to track down some of this information, so it is great having all of it in one place. I would recommend this book for anyone considering OpenERP for their business.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good book, not enough for setting up a comnplex ERP system 23 décembre 2013
Par JORGE NADAL MONZONIS - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I haven't finished it yet. I have read about half of the book following the examples in the computer. The book is fine and correctly written, but at least up to this point, the treatment of the modules and features of OpenERP is too shallow.

The book will give you an idea of the capabilities of the software and maybe get it running in a very standard configuration, but I don't think it's enough to configure a more complex real-world set-up.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 We need more books like this 12 août 2014
Par Andres Rodriguez Guapacha - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I started to research about free and open source ERP systems a while back, and OpenERP 7 seemed to fit with most of what I was looking for. After trying to gather all the information I could from the official documentation and forums, I was getting frustrated that the examples I could find were either outdated or too shallow or sometimes even lacking continuity. Fortunately thanks to OpenERPAcademy website, I was referred to this book and found it delightful! It has most of the information you can find in the official documents, but updated and explained in a much better way.
The electronic version that I bought had some proofreading issues but other than that, I feel this book is the first good tutorial for OpenERP beginners.
In terms of content, I found it easy enough to get you started with the main modules. You will need deeper knowledge when you start to customise the system, but that comes from experience. I assume it is very difficult for the author to explain all the possible customisations and keep the reader interested. It would be a nice expansion to this book, though. Also, although OpenERP is mainly targeted to manufacturing businesses, it would be a nice extra for the next edition to explore the Project module and its integration with Accounting because that is the basis for service companies.

I hope the next version comes quickly after Odoo v8 is released officially.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Expensive book for what you get 8 janvier 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
The book is well written, but it lacks an index and about 70% of the book can be easily found on the web for free on any basic tutorial. The author talks about OpenERP Online, which is the cloud version of OpenERP, and it's benefits, but then he forgets about it and it's changes between the on-site version of OpenERP, in which he focuses entirely. The phrase "Working with OpenERP" provides a real-world business solution approach to integrating OpenERP into your small or medium sized business." is very misleading, the book is very shallow for you to learn entirely how to implement OpenERP on your business.
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