Infinitely flexible. Incredibly easy to use.
OpenERP’s collaborative and realtime project management helps your team get work done.
Keep track of everything, from the big picture to the minute details, from the customer contract to the billing.
A super clean user interface
The point of sale software retailers love to use
Organize projects around your own processes. Work on tasks and issues using the kanban view, schedule tasks using the gantt chart and control deadlines in the calendar view. Every project may have it’s own stages allowing teams to optimize their job.
Easy to use
Get organized as fast as you can think.
The easy-to-use interface takes no time to learn, and every action is instantaneous, so there’s nothing standing between you and your sweet productive flow.
Real time chats, document sharing, email integration
Use open chatter to communicate with your team or customers and share comments and documents on tasks and issues. Integrate discussion fast with the email integration.
Talk to others users or customers with the live chat feature.
The power of etherpad, inside your tasks
Collaboratively edit the same specifications or meeting minutes right inside the application. The incorporated etherpad feature allows several people to work on the same tasks, at the same time.
This is very efficient for scrum meetings, meeting minutes or complex specifications. Every user has their own color and you can replay the whole creation of the content.
Get Work Done
Get alerts on followed events to stay up to date with what interests you. Use instant green/red visual indicators to scan through what has been done and what requires your attention.
Timesheets, Contracts & Invoicing
Projects are automatically integrated with customer contracts allowing you to invoice based on time & materials and record timesheets easily.
Support services, helpdesk, bug tracker, etc.
Single out the issues that arise in a project in order to have a better focus on resolving them. Integrate customer interaction on every issue and get accurate reports on your team’s performance.