ODOO CRM & ERP

Running a business requires you to keep track of many processes: sales, inventory management, accounting and so on. With information spread across several documents and team members not seeing the big picture, many companies decide to implement tools for keeping their data in order.
Odoo is a free open-source software that offers a number of apps supporting you in different aspects of managing your business. At Macopedia, we will help you decide which elements of Odoo are beneficial for running your operations smoothly and then implement the chosen apps.

Don’t miss out on growth opportunities

Both CRM and ERP tools help businesses become more profitable. They approach this goal from different perspectives:

  • CRM (Customer Relationship Management) is all about storing client-related data. Sales teams appreciate CRM software, as it enables them to track leads, follow up on deals and stay on top of negotiations. Company management, on the other hand, is able to monitor its performance and make financial forecasts more accurately.
  • ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) deals with all things back-office. Depending on the nature of your business, it could be ranging from employee payroll to supply chain management. Visibility into internal operations is a good opportunity to optimize processes and limit waste.
  • Improve your team’s efficiency

    Reduce busyness and increase actual productivity of your crew.

  • Make informed decisions

    Being data-driven is easier when your data is organized, relevant and up-to-date.

  • Superior customer experience

    CRM and Point of Sale apps support smooth sales process in both B2B and B2C.

  • Modular architecture

    Your own set of apps

    Odoo can be tailored to your needs, both in terms of the apps you select but also how they’re modified to match your processes. The apps themselves are easily integrated with each other.

  • Wide variety of options

    Choose from 10.000 apps

    Odoo apps cover most, if not all, of your business processes - sales, marketing, HR, inventory and manufacturing, to name just the main areas. On top of that, there are integrations with external service providers.

  • Back-office systems consulting

    Let’s design your toolbox

    The first part of our service is to analyze your business needs and come up with recommendations for business management apps you could benefit from.