Odoo Vs SAP
Cloud or On-Premises?
Recently there has been a boom in the use of the SaaS (Software as a Service)model as the business software. Since then various business software vendors have been selling cloud-based products with much greater applicability to a business. The device costs of this software are being reduced since they are using cloud-based platforms. This allows the user to store the data in a safer off-site server and avoid the implementation cost of a local server. Considering these options for small and medium-sized businesses the cloud-based software is seen as ideal.
SAP Business One -The Best-Run Businesses Run SAP
SAP primarily developed as an enterprise software by the Computing division of Xerox who was selling built-in software solutions to multinational companies. In 2002 the SAP diverted to the SME market by a business deal making them the owner of SAP Business ONE( SBO). SBO is SAP's lowest cost ERP product, designed to be implemented easily and with limited configuration which is tailored for small to medium-sized businesses, consisting of applications from CRM to Manufacturing that can be deployed in cloud and on-premises. Due to the lack of advanced planning and floor management strategies the SBO seemed to be an ideal solution only for small-scale manufacturing institutions. Now has 440,000 customers in more than 180 countries with 21000 + partners worldwide.
Odoo Enterprise -Grow Your Business
Odoo is an open-source business management platform containing various business management modules that can be configured and installed as per the business needs. In addition, it can be managed by a cloud or on-premises server.
Odoo recently released a new version Manufacturing module with Maintenance, Quality, PLM apps and MPS, MRP subcontracting features, flexibility in consumption, etc. A lot of other features are added to the new release including the Skill Management module, Website Form builder, POS UI, Field Service module, Product Videos on e-commerce, and so on.