After Bossie OpenERP won the Ernst & Young – Most Promising Enterprise 2013 Award

Most Promising Enterprise 2013 Award

Most Promising Enterprise 2013 Award

That’s a very good news for OpenERP providers & Partners that after Bossie Awards for Best Open Source Applications, OpenERP won the Ernst & Young Most Promising Enterprise 2013 Award.

The Awards if rewarded for a young company with strong growth potential

Launched in 2005, OpenERP grew very rapidly on an international level through its network of partners. OpenERP produces the open-source software OpenERP, a suite of business management applications. More than 200 applications (and 3,000 modules) are available free of charge. With more than 1,000 installations per day, OpenERP is the world’s most installed management software.

In addition, the award for “L’Entreprise Prometteuse” took place for the first time. This prize is to reward a young company still in its developmental stage, a potential future “Entreprise de l’Année”. Among the 40 shortlisted companies, OpenERP and Diagenode stood out from the crowd.

‘The jury has chosen OpenERP as the winner of “L’Entreprise Prometteuse de l’Année 2013”. Our decision has been particularly difficult, due to the outstanding qualities and innovative, ambitious projects of both finalists. The winning company has been rewarded for its outstanding performance and its great potential for development, both in Belgium and abroad. With an innovative, open-source product, which fulfils a clearly identified need, and a highly effective business model, OpenERP is positioning itself as a leader in its field for the years to come’, says Pierre Rion, chairman of the jury.

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