Founded in 2005 with the mission to provide a range of easy to use business applications that form a complete suite of tools to accompany any business needs, Odoo is an open-source suite of integrated business applications actively programmed, supported, and organized by Odoo SA. Odoo is an open-source alternative to many software packages, and can be used by any retailer with its POS (Point Of Sales), and in any website with its CMS (website builder) synchronized with the e-Commerce app. Odoo has offices in the US, Belgium, Luxembourg, India, Hong Kong, Dubai and Mexico.

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Management Team

Fabien Pinckaers
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Alessandro Mazzocchetti
Chief Financial Officer
Antony Lesuisse
Chief Technology Officer
Sébastien Bruyr
Chief Commercial Officer
Phuong Luu
Chief Services Officer

Board Members

Antony Clavel
Summit Partners
Damien Lourtie
Société Régionale d'Investissement de Wallonie
Johannes Sikkens
Summit Partners

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News Highlights

Odoo acquires 7 floors at Fountain Plaza from state, pledges 350 new employees

Software developer Odoo has acquired seven floors at Fountain Plaza in Buffalo, New York, with plans to increase its local headcount to over 500. The company purchased the property from the state's Fort Schuyler Management Corporation for two $1 transactions. Odoo has been in discussions with the state since March.

Odoo to add 350 jobs over five years in WNY as part of 40 Fountain Plaza purchase

Belgian-based business software company Odoo plans to nearly triple its workforce in Buffalo, creating 350 jobs over the next five years. The company recently purchased seven floors in the Fountain Plaza building from the state for $1 as part of its commitment to expand in Buffalo. Odoo currently employs 175 workers in the city.

Odoo ERP Review

Odoo ERP is an open-source software providing businesses with integrated business applications to streamline management processes such as scheduling and recruitment. The software is highly modular and flexible, allowing for customisation to suit any specific business needs. As an ERP that encompasses a wide range of business processes, it is rated highly in terms of business scope, features, and user-friendliness. However, the software may be difficult to navigate for smaller businesses due to its vast array of applications.

The Buffalo Boom: Organizations Turning Western New York into a Tech Haven

Buffalo, New York, is emerging as a tech haven, providing a model for other cities to meet the increasing demand for talent in the tech industry. The city's tech employment is projected to grow 7% from 2022 to 2032, driven by companies like M&T Bank, Tech Buffalo, and Odoo. These companies are developing training programs to build the skills of the next generation of STEM graduates and provide opportunities for newly certified tech professionals. Buffalo's location also allows it access to talent from major tech hubs like Toronto and New York City.
Updated on: Jul 25, 2024


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