Over 600 pre-build modules to expand Openbravo functionality already exist, creating a fast and efficient way to extend, localize, modify or integrate Openbravo with other applications to give you the functionality you need when you need it.
Model driven development
Relying on ‘rules’ instead of ‘code’ to define business processes with Openbravo’s model driven development makes it easy to extend and modify the application without having to code.
Easy to update
Openbravo’s core ERP, modules, and customizations can always be updated independently because of the solution's modular architecture; this means that you are free to adapt the system to your unique needs without having to incur extra costs when you upgrade or sacrificing your ability to take advantage of new capabilities as they are released.
Agile ERP from Openbravo is different from conventional ERPs because its flexible architecture allows you to adapt the software to the needs of your business, not the other way around.
Your employees can access Openbravo from any web enabled device including smart phones and tablets, and computers whether they’re Mac or PC – allowing your people to stay productive wherever they may be.
A truly web-based solution like Openbravo enables broad geographic access because there are no local servers to require at your stores, warehouses or other facilities.
Lower administration costs
Your IT team only needs a single instance of Openbravo to support all the needs of your business, so technical support requirements for are significantly lower than that what other systems require.
All any employee requires to access Openbravo’s role-based ERP is authorization from their business manager or IT and a web enabled device with a browser – so you can expand your Openbravo footprint to employees (or in some cases to partners/customers) quickly and easily.
One of Openbravo's most compelling advantages for Small and MediumSee our transparent pricing.
enterprises is our unique combination of mature, feature-rich functionality
combined with the cost-effectiveness of open source software.