Choosing the right ERP is arguably one of the most challenging tasks a person can accomplish. The purpose of this video is to make evaluating ADempiere, open source ERP easier. As a result of watching, you will be able to buy and sell a product in ADempiere.
The fastest and easiest way to play with ADempiere is using www.testadempiere.com/webui. Use ‘SuperUser’ as the username and ‘System’ as the password.
Let me know if you want a guided tour.
Here is a similar video using iDemipere (came from ADempiere).
Here is a similar video using Openbravo.
Please note that Openbravo is a fork or copy from Compiere. ADempiere, Compiere, Openbravo, and iDempiere (also copies of Compiere) have the abilities mentioned in the above video. The biggest difference is that ADempiere and iDempiere are pure open source. There are no features held behind a commercial or paid license.
To learn how to get starting using ADempiere, visit the ADempiere Resources page.
About Chuck Boecking: I am an ERP educator. I believe that open source ERP have achieved mainstream capabilities, and as a result, more companies can create greater efficiency across their organization. I started using the iDempiere code base in 2003. Back then, it was called Compiere. In 2006, I started my first multi-million dollar installation. Since then, ADempiere has helped me create great success with distribution and manufacturing companies all over the world. My vision of success is to find companies that can best use open source ERP to help them achieve a single, global instance that drives a discontinuous increase in profitability. I believe that organizations win when they own their technology.
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