OpenERP version 7 integration with Magento offers a variety of benefits to eCommerce merchants. In the current scenario, OpenERP 7 is one of the advanced open-source ERP systems in the market.

Implementation & integration of OpenERP 7 with the Magento helps organizations to run their online business smoothly by streamlining their web store processes. Integration of Magento with OpenERP 7 with the help of Magento connector, assists you to handle multiple online stores.

Integration with Magento

1. Open source ERP:

One of the major advantages of OpenERP version 7 is that along with the implementation you will get strong support from the strong community members.

2. Modular

OpenERP has a modular architecture, which has more than 500+ modules. All of these modules are easily customizable as per the business requirements. Also, as your business grows you can add more modules later on.

4. Web-based:

You can access the system via internet from anywhere at any time and with any portable device such as Tablets and Smartphones.  Obtain a consolidated view of all of your business operations and make informed decisions.

OpenERP v7 for your Magento stores:

One system multiple functionality

Easily manage all of your sales orders, products, customers, and other information with the help of integration of OpenERP v7 with Magento

Multiple store management

Manage multiple  Magento stores within a single system, it saves efforts, time as well as money.

Multiple Currency & Company Handling

This software supports multi-currency and multi-company, which makes the management of multiple companies in various locations across the world easy.

Shipping integration

For any eCommerce merchant and website, shipping is an important element for the success of the business. The shipping connector enables us to integrate Magento stores with shipping services. OpenERP can integrate the online store with top shipping carriers such as UPS, USPS, FedEx, DHL, and so on.

Technical Facts about OpenERP :

Basically OpenERP has a 3 layer structure:  first is a database, the second one is a server, and the third one is the client.

Its database is PostgreSQL.

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