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1) pragtech - Does anyone know if the went belly-up and if so, what happened to the code they seem to have wrote? I'm interested in seeing exactly what is different about the "Consulting Module" VS standard OpenERP install. 2) Does anyone have good examples of Lawyers using OpenERP as a basis for their billing or some kind of comparison as a replacement to TABS?
Now the dialogue that gets me to the above questions:
1) I was digging about in a search engine and came across many references to Pragtech.
http://help.openerp.com/question/9321/will-there-be-a-v7appsopenerpcom-at-any-time/ and http://pragtechblog.blogspot.com/2011/12/openerp-consulting-module.html As of this moment http://pragtech.co.in is non-responsive...so if the functionality listed on the still functioning blog http://pragtechblog.blogspot.com/ were controlled by them and not Open Sourced - what about support now? Examples of controlled by them would seem to be green check marks here: http://pragtechblog.blogspot.com/2013/05/openerp-7-pos-vs-openbravo-pos.html
2) When looking for the topic of Lawyers and billing with OpenERP there is this one reference http://forum.openerp.com/forum/topic1841.html (ttp://forum.openerp.com/forum/topic1841.html) and no comparison exists to the software already in use I'm advocating the replacement of - TABS http://www.tabs3.com/
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