OpenERP is now rebranded as Odoo

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Bye Bye . . . OpenERP | Welcome Odoo

OpenERP one of the leading Open Source ERP software will now known as a new name “Odoo” This news came last weekend where OpenERP re-branded as Odoo. A new name, A new website, and a new logo to reflect its offering which as usual best applications such as Point of sales, website builder and many others

Odoo says : 

“With a new name comes a new logo. Odoo’s logo is very simple and its purple color symbolizes creativity, originality and innovation. We prepared a page dedicated to brand assets, so you can have access to everything you need.”

A Press release of last week when Odoo was born 

OpenERP has raised $10 million dollars in funding to support its R&D efforts and commercial growth. As part of the growth strategy OpenERP is rebranding to Odoo, to better reflect its expanded areas of focus in CMS & Ecommerce and POS applications beyond the core ERP function. Odoo has improved its pricing and included a free version for up to two users for very small businesses to enjoy a completely integrated suite of business solutions.

After years of rapid growth OpenERP, the leading integrated open source business software, is happy to announce it has secured a new round of USD 10 Millions of financing, jointly provided by leading venture capital firms XAnge (France), SRIW (Belgium), Sofinnova Partners (France), and the management team. The new financing will support the acceleration of outstanding growth the company has seen, doubling its sales during the period 2011-13, and growing R&D staff to over 100 people.

Read complete article of the press release from this link 

We wish Odoo best of luck in future and hope to produce the best modules and applications for variety of organizations worldwide

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