My name is Rohit, currently I am working as Accounts Manager in a limited Co. Recently we have implemented ERP software from some local vendor at a very cheap rate, by helping them in implementation of the software I realized that their software was readymade, it was very simple and they customized it as per inputs given by us. Then I got an idea of starting my own business of ERP solutions, I am a commerce graduate with post-graduation in computer applications with over 17 years of functional work experience at different levels in different companies (Finance, Accounts and Taxation).
While searching online I came to know about free ERP solutions like openERP and tryton. Most of the modules are already available readymade, one has to customize and downsize these modules, for around 70% businesses these modules can be used with small change. My question is from those who are already in this business of implementing ERP solutions. How easy or difficult is openERP/Tryton to learn? Are these software really free? Are these software available for own use only or we can sell them to others? How to start learning them? I have enquired from openERP people about the partnership but they are asking for huge fee for enrollment as a partner, I am unable to pay this much amount initially, as I am not very sure how far I can go in this business. And Tryton doesnât have presence in India. First I want to learn the software, and then only I would be able to invest something in that.
Somebody please guide me how to move further, which software is suitable for customization and sale and how to learn â¦. Thanks in advance â¦ Regards,
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