The OpenERP practice of HBS is highly successful. Our OpenERP solutions have helped many customers to reach their ERP implementation objectives and ROIs. HBS OpenERP is a comprehensive suite of business applications including Sales, CRM, Project management, Warehouse management, Manufacturing, Financial management, Human Resources just to name a few. The absence of license fees makes OpenERP very affordable. The complete set of service HBS provide (On line and On-site) provide great value for the customers.HBS OpenERP enables you to perform essential, industry-specific, and business-support processes with modular solutions that are designed to work with other ERP software. Organizations and departments in all industries can deploy our business applications in a step-wise manner to address specific business challenges on their own timelines and without costly upgrades. OpenERP's business applications provide better insight and visibility across organizations, improve operational efficiency and effectiveness, and increase your flexibility to address business change. OpenERP is an effective solution for SMEs looking to implement an Enterprise Resource Planning system, and still retain the flexibility a small and medium business requires. Unlike many other proprietary systems, OpenERP is very modular and is designed to meet needs of different Industries.
Improve alignment of strategies and operations
Improve productivity and insight
Reduce costs through increased flexibility
Support changing industry requirements
Reduce risk
Improve financial management and corporate governance
Optimize IT spending
Gain higher ROI faster
Retain top performers
Provide immediate access to enterprise information
All screens are customizable
Multi lingual, multi currency support
Multi companies support
Direct access through internet
Extensible via numerous optional modules
Management of rights and user's menu
Zero license costs
Ultimate flexibility
No "black­box" package
No vendor lock­in
Using standard data formats and protocols
Less risk
Future of system not tied to one company