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Hello, I have been doing a little research about life after quickbooks. Looking into openerp xtuple openbravo and some others.
I found this old forum post forum.openerp.com/forum/post50451.html which I thought was quite interesting, but that was also over 3 years ago. There was mention of it not being good for anglo-saxon accounting, which I think means north American businesses right?
Well actually, it is neither for French accounting... i start wondering if OpenERP has any value out of the box. It's very buggy and not much information is available online except for very simple requests concerning installation.
To get something basically working, you still need some big work to be done on OpenERP. So really OpenERP is opensource but as it has so many bugs and so much adaptation needed for a basical use, you definitely need to pay either OpenERP or one of their partners to get something working.
This is only how I feel and I would very much like to be wrong but after a few months of tests I'm really and sadly thinking to go to something else (Tryton maybe an option but I haven't done enough tests at the moment).
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