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Enabling 1000 Users on a Mission to Heal Children Globally with Odoo
Business Functional Community Talk
Luogo: Hall 10.A - 09/11/23, 10:30 - 09/11/23, 11:00 (Europe/Brussels) (30 minuti)
Enabling 1000 Users on a Mission to Heal Children Globally with Odoo
Krimi Shah
Team Lead Business Analyst a Brainvire Infotech
Krimi Shah
Team Lead Business Analyst a Brainvire Infotech

Krimi is a certified Odoo expert with over 7 years of invaluable experience and a proven track record of 50+ successful projects spanning various sectors, including retail, automobile, jewelry, healthcare, supply chain, and production. As an accomplished Business Analyst and Team Lead, Krimi has excelled in optimizing diverse suites of integrated applications and inspired teams to think creatively. With Krimi's extensive experience and passion for Odoo, she is a driving force behind the success of organizations with digital evolution.
She is a sought-after speaker and leader, sharing her deep industry-specific knowledge to drive business success with Odoo.


Cure International was founded in 1996, headquartered in Michigan, US, to serve children with medical aid/treatment in under-developed and developing countries.

Today, it is a global Non-Profit Healthcare Organization that operates and owns a network of children’s hospitals in 8+ countries, viz - Ethiopia, Kenya, Niger, Malawi, the Philippines, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

They operated across geographies through different systems and currencies and sought to streamline them through Odoo. Brainvire helped them migrate from Odoo 10 to Odoo 16 with minimum customization and achieve smoother operations with reduced time and manual intervention.

Challenges and Solutions
->Achieving Improved Performance and Responsiveness with Upgradation:
With the latest version of Odoo and the upgradation in features and functionalities, Cure International could tap into faster, improved performance and higher responsiveness across departments and locations. The upgrade also provided unified, all-in-one management for all eight hospitals worldwide. It also standardized the processes across localizations, configurations, compliances, and currencies.

->Adhering to the Best Practices, Guidelines, and Standards:
Brainvire followed the latest Odoo guidelines and best practices so that all of Cure International’s processes were secure and compliant with local and international laws.

->Simplifying Processes with Minimum Customizations:
To make the platform more dynamic, allowing for scalability and future readiness, we maximized the system capabilities and minimized customizations by mapping the processes and doing a gap analysis. Overall it was to facilitate 1000+ users.

->Centralizing HR Operations with Odoo HRMS:
The Odoo HRMS system implemented synchronized data management, streamlined recruitment, planning of shifts, payrolls, employee self-service, performance management, attendance, and leave management, and ensured compliance while reducing administrative burden.

Key Takeaways
->Achieving Centralized Accounting across Multiple Countries:
Like Cure International, multinational organizations can benefit from a centralized accounting system with Odoo. Having multiple currencies, compliances, languages, and localizations on one platform greatly simplifies the process and reduces time and resource dependency.

->Staying Ahead of the Curve with Constant Upgrades:
It is vital to have a robust and updated backend to ensure top-of-the-line services and performance. Staying upgraded and up-to-date with the current trends opens the doors to advancements, new potentials, improved competency and offerings, and the ability to manage the rising demands.

->Maximizing HR Operations for Internal Business Growth:
Effective HR operations through a centralized platform make it easier for businesses to manage their resources, lifecycle, payrolls, and onboarding. In addition, a streamlined internal process can benefit the company’s scalability, prioritizing new business opportunities and client servicing. Or, in the case of a non-profit organization, take its service offerings to new heights and open up new avenues.