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Re: How are you organized?

bee Orchid Info. Tech. L.L.C.
- 01/22/2015 03:35:37

Hi Kevin,

Good questions you asked.
For getting answers you have to try it.
There is effort money and time required  to become  successful  odoo  partner.
Business can't be copied from another one. Do it differently you will succeed.
Odoo is good option to start.
All the best.

Fakrudeen Abbaz
+ 971 55 66 77 001
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On Jan 22, 2015 6:47 AM, "Kevin" <> wrote:
I have been tinkering around with OpenErp/Odoo for a while and I can clearly see the potential of the software and the product all of you are creating. I have made a few freelance implementations and am thinking of building a business around Odoo. Before I start I want to hear the partners and community experiences beforehand. I would appreciate it a lot if  you could give me some tips, feedback and clear a few doubts I have of taking the leap full time with Odoo. 

How are you organized? 
How do you approach the business, as a consulting/service business or as a software reseller?
How many people do you work with?
Is Odoo responsive and helpful as a company?
Is this community helpful?
Are you making money or more importantly are you profitable as partners?
What types of companies should I target mostly?
How much time do you take on an implementation?
How much of the implementation is technical and how much is functional?
I would be more on the development part and less on the selling so if I were to hire people what qualifications and profiles should I be looking for in an employees? (coders, non technical salespeople, consultants)

The bottom line is I want to know what works for you and how should I setup the organization around me?

Feel free to give me suggestions and hopefully in the near future I will be a bigger contributor to this community.

Thanks in advance,
Kevin W.

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