Openbravo to offer Web-based ERP in ME
Dubai, March 21, 2012
Openbravo, a leading Web-based open source Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) provider, has established relationships with eight Middle East based software consultancy firms to meet the demand for its ERP solution.
Openbravo will offer industry specific/ localized solution to boost operational efficiency though their partners, a statement said.
With more than two million downloads and 6,000 customers; Openbravo is one of the most popular and cost effective ERP solutions worldwide, the statement added.
Openbravo recently achieved 350 per cent growth in South East Asia and India; based on this success, the company is optimistic it can realize similar growth in the Middle East.
“The Middle East is a vibrant and dynamic economic region, and Openbravo is uniquely positioned to help mid-sized companies realize new efficiencies and competitive advantages so they can grow to compete on a global scale,” said Andreu Bartoli, vice president of Channel Sales.
“With industry-specific solutions from Openbravo, companies facilitate collaboration, streamline end-to-end operations, and boost productivity. Combined with local expertise from our certified partner network in the Middle East; Openbravo is a smart, reliable, and cost effective choice for fast growing companies.”
To meet the differing needs of customers, Openbravo offers a variety of deployment options including cloud, hosted, and on-premise. Optimized for Amazon Web Services (AWS), deploying Openbravo in the cloud empowers today’s workforce and enhances operational productivity significantly with quicker access from mobile devices.
Thani Abdullah Alzaffin, MD of Emaratech said, “With the current economic scenario, organisations are looking for quick turn-around in business atomization. Among all the traditional ERP solution available, we believe Openbravo solution offers a more scalable and agile solution that can help companies in the region to remain productive and competitive.”
Sunando Banerjee, channel business manager, Openbravo for Asia Pacific and Middle East said, "2011 had been an amazing year for Openbravo that witnessed a broader worldwide adoption of our solution.”
“In response to the strong interest from companies in the Middle East, we have successfully expanded our network of partners to meet customer demand. Together, Openbravo and our Middle East partners look forward to investing the time and resources to help more customers meet their goals 2012 and beyond,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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