Since it was first released in late 2001, iDempiere has been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times and has community members from all over the world. With a robust and customizable solution, a high-quality code, and an open philosophy that values attribution and freedom. iDempiere is valued in many different industries by different stakeholders, developers, users, companies, OSS specialists, business experts, etc.
These testimonials and case studies describe how mature is iDempiere and how it can help you! After reading these references you will understand why companies and individuals choose iDempiere as the best open source ERP solution and how they used iDempiere to improve performance and boost their business.
… serious software package with no licensing cost … working for more than two decades now …Palich Ru
Moscow-based ‘U Palicha’ brand chose iDempiere ERP & CRM as a basis for its project of Retail Loyalty Program implementation for 300 branded food stores situated in Moscow and adjacent regions. Now, several months after the start this project is a resounding success …Eugene Barg
iDempiereERP/SCM provides excellent opportunities to facilitate ISO 22000 certification …Eugene Barg
A Business Suite ERP/CRM/SCM done the community way.
…The recent switch to a modular, OSGi plugin architecture combined with iDempiere’s strong developer community has spawned innovation in features and solutions that continue to distinguish this competing fork of ADempiere…James R. Borck
… All companies can benefit from iDempiere. The ERP brings control and organization. Companies using iDempiere avoid the big licensing costs associated with ERP and have complete control about adapting to their own requirements. …Carlos Ruiz
…iDempiere is perfectly suited to managing complex business scenarios involving multiple partners, requiring dynamic reporting, or employing point-of-sale and warehouse services….James R. Borck
… iDempiere’s easy install script, small resource footprint, and clean interface also help alleviate some of the startup pains…James R. Borck