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Re: Using Mysql as database system manager instead of postgresql for Odoo

by
Ermin Trevisan
- 01/05/2016 10:43:24
I'm not afraid from anything. And I do not ask anybody to promote Odoo
or anything else.

What I say is, for example if I would meet a restaurant owner as a
potential customer and he would require that a proposed business
solution must be deployed on a 1 and 1 hosting, then I would try to
explain to him that this should no be an evaluation criterion and if I'm
not successful explaining that, then I would have failed as a consultant
or salesman. But I would for sure not try to make him another offer just
to satisfy such a requirement.

So I made no judgement about you, because I don't know you. I did judge
an attitude.

And I do sell an Odoo solution, because I do not sell the best
restaurant pos system nor the best accounting software nor the most
sophisticated website. I do sell an Odoo solution because it is a fully
integrated system saving my customers a lot of work, efforts and money
while offering all features necessary to stay competitive.

Nothing more, nothing less.

On 05.01.2016 16:02, Andreas Becker wrote:
> Hi Ermin
> 
> What are you actually afraid of? Contributions are not at all a measure
> for anything. Especially not modules. if it were like that than perhaps
> many people would simply run away from Odoo as they get frustrated
> installing things i.e. which are marked for 9.0 and even available in
> the Odoo store but not at all working. Or when writing to people who
> post their modules in the Odoo store and not even get an answer. Those
> are experiences people have who than quite often actually contact us to
> get more informations and help about a system and who like to get
> training - this is actually our main purpose.
> 
> If you write about people you should never underestimate their knowledge
> or connections and if you are a serious business person you would simply
> refrain from writing things like that:
> 
>     "then I understand that you failed in your job providing a serious
>     service/consulting and Odoo/Business solution offering."
> 
>     In German we say: Man sollte nie von sich selbst auf andere schliessen!
> 
> 
> Have you ever thought about that also your customers will read that list
> - actually they do :-) - 
> If you want to judge about others than better have a look to their
> portfolios before writing things like that.
> 
> What I realise here on the lists is that there are really some people
> which are afraid of loosing customers to other CMSs ERPs etc. Have a
> look to what is written on the other sides too! Soon you will realise
> that they are much more critical thinking and not at all afraid in
> loosing any customer to Odoo instead as they know that their system is
> the best. Using any Software Solution is often also a matter of taste
> and fortunately tastes are different and if developers and business
> owners are not narrow minded and only focussing on a single product they
> also will be more successful IMHO. After over 3 decades in that business
> and spoken from my experience it is not the goal to get rich in monetary
> values but to enrich yourself and others with know how you will be able
> to share to next generations - Inspire to share!
> 
> Take a look for example to that page here:
> https://www.twanda.ch/page/restaurant
> the first thing customers will realise is that they get redirected to
> https://www.twanda.ch/en_US/page/restaurant even the page is in German
> Language
> 
> https://gtmetrix.com/reports/www.twanda.ch/Qb3B7B75
> check it out and start learning how to do it correct If you want to know
> how to get also values like we usually have here with about
> Pagespeed/YSlow 95% and higher than you are welcome to get in contact.
> 
> This is usually what we recommend to customers which come to us with
> their "online presentation" problems.
> --
> The main Problems are usually Bad Server maintenance and awful server
> settings no optimized postgres (in case of Odoo) or no use of a really
> good and simple to setup .htaccess rules with most apache web
> applications i.e. no gzip compression enabled etc. Unnecessary redirects
> or even worst imageries without lossless compression, and a seo value
> which is near to zero. All things which should be common sense how to do
> it since years?
> 
> But now have a look over the Odoo Fence to other systems and compare.
> 
> https://discuss.erpnext.com/t/pos-module-for-a-coffee-shop/3837
> so why are you afraid? Simply take the chance contact the customer and
> sell him your system.
> 
> http://www.softwareadvice.com/retail/restaurant-pos-software-comparison/
> 
> this market is a huge market and unfortunately mostly you won't find
> Odoo in one of those lists.
> 
> But Odoo has really nice systems too, the integrated ones and the
> extended versions for the community edition for hotels and restaurants.
> 
> https://www.odoo.com/page/pos-restaurant
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPX9ZsCy31k
> and much more.
> 
> But still I would recommend customers to make their own choice of the
> system and therefore we will also provide them in future with valuable
> informations not only about Odoo but also about other ERP and CMS
> Systems we are knowledgeable.
> 
> Andi
> 
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