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Re: Legal retention requirements for accounting data (was Re: Mexican localization)by
As always, this can be seen from different viewpoints.
1) When you (as a company) acquires management software (such as ERP), evaluates the forms of data backup system.
2) Then, when a software company developing this type of product has to conform to legal standards, I do not think Mexico or any Latin American country have rules like the example.
Now, from another point of view, the terms of contract between the customer and partner Odoo, are given from the beginning, if not agree, do not sign.
until April this year support contract of the company that provides us with the payroll software, from May (the next month) we do not have support, correction formulas, adaptation to new standards was, but if we can continue using it, under our private full responsibility. It is another valid model but different business.
My two cents
As always, thanks to Google Translate for their support in my mail and apologies if not much understand.
On the other hand if it is a subject of Mexico (or Latam) should be in Spanish :)
2016-10-19 11:42 GMT-05:00 Nhomar Hernandez <email@example.com>:
On Wed, Oct 19, 2016 at 11:34 AM, Caudal Eric <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Besides the proposed solution (keep one subscription = 192 USD/year) looks perfectly reasonable and cheap
It is less than rent Hard drive blank in amazon I think--
Cesar Luis M.