|Original author(s)||Fabien Pinckaers|
|Stable release||9.0 / October 1, 2015|
|Preview release||current master version / daily|
|Operating system||Linux, Windows, Unix, Mac OS X|
|Type||ERP, CRM, Accounting, CMS|
Odoo (formerly known as OpenERP and before that, TinyERP) is a suite of open-source enterprise management applications. Targeting companies of all sizes, the application suite includes billing, accounting, manufacturing, purchasing, warehouse management, and project management.
The source code for the OpenObject framework and core ERP (enterprise resource planning) modules is curated by the Belgium based Odoo S.A. Additionally, customized programming, support, and other services are provided by an active global community and a network of 500 official partners. The main Odoo components are the OpenObject framework, about 30 core modules (also called official modules) and more than 3000 community modules.
Odoo has received awards including Trends Gazelle and BOSSIE Awards three years in a row.
It uses Python scripting and Postgres database. Its community edition is supplemented with an Enterprise edition @ USD 240/- per user per year and a commercially supported online edition. Development repo is on GitHub.
|Program name||Version||Release date||Significant changes||Software license|
|Tiny ERP||1.0||February 2005||First release||GPL|
|6.0||January 2011||First web client||AGPLv3|
|6.1||February 2012||First Ajax web client, discontinued GTK client||AGPLv3|
|7.0||December 22, 2012||Improved web client and usability||AGPLv3|
|Odoo||8.0||September 18, 2014||Support for CMS: Website builder, e-commerce, point of sale and business intelligence||AGPLv3|
|9.0||October 1, 2015||Odoo Community release ||LGPLv3|
The 3 last LTS version are supported in parallel. This means that when a new LTS version is released, an older version reaches its end-of-life, and is not supported anymore. As an example, 7.0 LTS will be supported along with 8.0 LTS and 9.0 LTS, but will reach end-of-life when 10.0 LTS is released.
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