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Discuss the skills required to do open source enterprise resource planning (ERP)

With many private and public startup companies emerging from public sector reorganisations, for instance in primary healthcare, there is a need to quickly automate administrative functions to keep costs to a minimum. Enterprise Resource Planning systems don't just produce accounts, the provide agile front and back office processes required by most organisations. The panel will comprise platforms and partner companies from the open source ERP market invited companies support OpenERP, OpenBravo, OpenTAPS, Mamut, SQLLedger.

The format of the evening will be a "question time format", where the panel will be asked a question after which  the audience is invited to participate. Around 4-5 questions wil be considered:
1) Introduction : Who are you, company, platform, features?

2) Typical jobs: what does a typical sales, development, maintenance process look like?

3) Skills: What are the typical profiles of users/developers?

4) Sourcing/Training: whats on offer, what is the market like?

Including networking the session will go on between:1800:2100.

If you want to get involved with or attend the Healthcare Open Source Skunkworks event on Nov 7/8th , please contact Neil Hadland T:[masked] 692.

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  • Guildfoss

    Great speakers covering Adempiere, OpenERP, and OpenTaps - many thanks. Wonderful exchange of experience , issues and ideas from users and technical folk at the sharp end of ERP. What came across loud and clear for me, was the prerequisite for users to eliminate FUD, by understanding what they are building with ERP and to secure the value of this investment through the use of open source software.

    November 1, 2011

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