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Enterprise edition implementation without contacting registered partner

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Saravanan Sakthivel
on 10/21/16, 1:45 AM 229 views

Is this Possible to do a Enterprise edition implementation without contacting registered partner(Customer Directly purchasing license) ?

If so ,

1.How will they customize or modify their own customization with their own team ?

2.How will they test it(If they get only one key) ?

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Yenthe
On 10/21/16, 1:54 AM

Hi Saravanan,

There are two ways to buy Odoo Enterprise licenses. The first is through a partner (which you don't want to do?) and the second option is to buy them from Odoo itself. You can buy the enterprise licenses online through this page: https://www.odoo.com/buy
As to customization: if you have somebody inside the company that can code in Odoo they can just create modules and add them to the modules list in Odoo. If you don't have anybody that can code you can contact a partner or Odoo itself to develop it for you. There are plenty of partners that do that.
For testing: you can test on the Odoo SaaS for free, for a trial of 30 days to see if everything is as you like. If you want to test locally on your own Odoo instance you should contact Odoo, I believe you are allowed to use the license for both db's if they're specifically allowed from Odoo S.A.

Regards,
Yenthe

Hi Yenthe,

Thanks for your reply..

Will they(Odoo) allow to create developing and testing DB before go live ,if the customer have their own development team?

Saravanan Sakthivel
on 10/21/16, 2:04 AM

Hi Saravanan,

This shouldn't be a problem as long as you communicate with Odoo, they have some solutions for this.

P.S: if the answer helped you please upvote / accept it ;)

Regards,

Yenthe

Yenthe
on 10/21/16, 11:25 AM

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