As part of Malaysia and Singapore SME , i understand the pain of getting a good ERP , where when it comes to implement ERP solutions , it can daunting because of firstly is software adaptability in the SME growing dynamic and secondly is the Competency of the ERP consultation and implementation services that they will get , last but not least will be the company culture readiness and resources planned . ERP cannot be implemented like any off the shaft accounting packages , where mostly this off the shaft accounting packages cannot offer them a complete 360 degree management perspective.
As software developer , i always came across clients requesting , do you have ... accounting module , integrate with thier streamlined SME process and i have been always looking and testing various ERP platform that give us a possibilities to easily integrate the back end system , i always think of this , why reinvent the wheel ? Where there are so many good accounting software around ... We just need a good platform and perhaps a little bit more "Technical" , a good object oriented framework that is flexible and have good potential to grow , I have tested Compiere (look complicated) , OpenEPR Bravo (look nice but in term of flexibilities , i am not too sure...) , WebERP (look simple , in terms of framework and security , i am still in doubts ...) , SQL-Ledger (good and stable accounting package , but do we know Perl or do we want to learn Perl or simply get we get Perl programmer easily ?) , I came across TinyERP long time ago but because of Python ,Not another programming language ,at that time we already have Borland Delphi, PHP , Microsoft C# , VB , VB.net , so NO was my response but after getting hook up with the solutions with Google App Engine , Google cloud platform , i came to know that the one who started Python is with Google and Google support python and after all TinyERP( that was what OpenERP was called back in 2006 ) it was stright forward , install and then that is all ! it said it is flexible and have a lot of modules ... so I tried and like it and implement for our partner which now has fully acquired us "Chevon International Pte Ltd" , (Frankly speaking , i love Delphi , PHP , but when i come to use Python , i must say bravo our master sifu : Guido van Rossum , love it!)
Let see from the survey how many have tested other Open Source and have finally comes to openERP
So have you find your good ERP solutions for your growing business and trying to compete in the global economy ? Well as the first Malaysia local OpenERP partner , we can offer help in accessing the OpenERP functions in Malaysia and Singapore , we love to hear from you , contact us if you want to know more .