ODOO is a complete solution for managing the various business processes: from financial and cost accounting to purchasing and sales modules, including production management. This free software has been developed to meet the specific needs of small and medium-sized businesses. It takes into account Swiss specificities (VAT, ISO 20022, PAIN, CAMT). Thanks to its great modularity, ODOO allows each company to choose from a large list of available functions. Accessibility, flexibility and simplicity are ODOO's strengths.
Many areas of activity are covered by ODOO: wholesale and retail distribution, production, pharma, food production, services, etc.
The history of the MAPICS product family began in 1978 with the first comprehensive integrated production resource planning system (MRP II). Since then, the excellence of the product has not wavered, thanks to continuous improvements and developments. Today the result of these efforts is called Infor ERP for Discrete Manufacturing, a leading product in its market.Infor is committed to continuing to invest in users to remain the market leader on IBMi and deliver the widest application variety, best quality, and most efficient support in the software industry. Indeed, the performance of your business depends in part on the services we offer you.
You expect your industrial management system to allow you to manage your company, while providing you with effective support in your daily activities. Our goal is to meet your expectations and show you that your investment in Infor ERP for Discrete Manufacturing is the best it can be.
Object oriented programming language used by millions of developers around the world.
Our team carries out custom developments for our clients.
Very stable and reliable range of servers. Support applications developed under Linux, UNIX and IBMi.
For many years we have been IBM authorized partners for the sale and installation of this range of servers.
A range of x86 servers that can be installed in an office or in a rack.
We sell them to our customers who want to keep an 'on premise' infrastructure.