It has been 2 years since our team began enhancing the OpenERP web-client. It all has started with tabs. A simple enhancement that was so needed by us and our clients in the day-to-day operation…
It is with great delight to announce that after many months of developments we are now releasing an enhanced version of OpenERP 6.1 webclient + server. A video perhaps can tell more than 1000 words, so there we go, but below is the list of some features that come with it, out future plans and where to get it from/how to install. Enjoy! Read more
It is with great excitement that we announce the release of our branch of openerp 6.1 web-client onto github patched with tabs, menu icons and bug fixes.
The idea has come after we have released the web_tabs module as an addon to the main web-client, however we felt very limited by what we can do with that approach and seeing too much divergence between the official direction of OpenERP S.A. and our own vision. This has been further highlighted by the trunk release of the new 7.0 web-client, which rather than focus on adding enterprise features, it does add too many of the eye-candy and social media features that we simply find unnecessary for an ERP system. Read more
Colin MacMillan presented our ea_import module at the OpenERP community days – 12/04/2012 – Brussels, Belgium. This module allows to import virtually any CSV data into OpenERP using a a very flexible and user-friendly approach. The tool does validations, checking, linking and updating of the objects and all is required is a good knowledge of the database. Using this module, you can easily upload accounting entries, sales orders, update partners, prices, pricelists etc – all is limited by your imagination. In addition to the above, there are some nice built in ETL features that allow to compute a certain value from multiple columns: handy for calculating the number of units from boxes for example. Read more
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