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Re: New Pricing Structure.by
David Arnold BA HSG / Analista
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devCO - empresa de consultoría de sistemas (en fundación)
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> The question I have, > > what business could be successful in using the out of box functionality? I > am not aware of any. >From our experience, it mostly depends on the size of the project or company. Out-of-the-box is great for companies having less than 20 users: the implementation is faster, the budget is much lower and they can evolve easily. Note that out-of-the-box does not mean "without customizations". As every company is different, we customize most Odoo Online instances. On SaaS projects, we offer an unlimited customization service at $80/month: unlimited changes on screens, reports, workflow, automated actions, access rights, etc. (everything an expert can do without going into specific developments) Above 20 users, companies have the budget to afford paying an implementation project with custom developments. It's much more expensive as they have to consulting days for requirement analysis, trainings, custom developments, support, upgrades, etc. But they get a fully customized solution that perfectly fit their own needs. They can change the software to fit the way they word today, instead of adapting themselves to the standard. Thanks, Fabien