OpusVL are once again pleased to announce that we will be hosting our second event in conjunction with Odoo on May 12th at Racliffe House, University of Warwick Science Park.
The "Integrated Business Innovation With Odoo" event will provide the opportunity for visitors to discuss their requirements and discover if Odoo is the right business application.
Odoo is the worlds fastest growing business management and ERP suite. With over 2,000,000 users worldwide ranging from very small companies (1 user) to very large ones (300,000 users) It is fast and flexible, with an optional license model so it only costs when you need supporting services.
As the UK's leading Odoo integrator and sponsor, OpusVL are proud to be aiding Odoo in organising this event for the second time.
The Odoo suite provides a vast range of joined-up business functions including accounting, manufacturing, CRM, sales & purchasing, stock management and warehouse. plus another 4000 business modules. With an integrated system, real-time management information across the business can be accessed at a click of a button. At this event you can learn about some of the unique features of Odoo, and discover how it can help your business increase efficiency and productivity, giving you a competitive advantage.
OpusVL have worked with Odoo since 2006 and have implemented installations of all sizes. Our team come with a wealth of experience across a variety of industry sectors which include retail, manufacturing, banking and finance and the public sector.
This event will be focused around integrated business innovation with Odoo in helping companies to achieve their goals. We have many exciting ideas for this event so keep watching our blog updates for more information.
You can also keep up to date on twitter with the hashtag #IBIWO. Register your place now at: https://www.odoo.com/event/integrated-business-innovation-with-odoo-2015-05-12-386/register.
The full agenda and details of the key speakers will be published on our events pages during the first week of April 2015.
Posted by Lauren Westley on 28/03/2015