flexibility for your business
in 3 months
ERP5 offline HTML5 technology solves network connectivity in remote areas.
Guangdong Guangken Rubber Group Co.,Ltd.
Project duration: 3 months
Rapid, test-based implementation of central ERP5 instance connecting with remote web applications over a re6st-based, IPv6 mesh network.
delivered in 4 months
130,000 new customers after one year, 22,000 invoice / hour
SANEF Project Manager
Project duration 2 - 24 months
Flexible implementation of scalable applications through rapid development, test based quality assurance and responsive user interface design
powered by artificial intelligence
2000 students trained in 6 months, 1000 ERP deployed by SlapOS
OSOE Project Manager
MOOC duration 3 - 20 days
Complete web-based tutorials through dedicated ERP5 instance and online questionnaire system for final assessment based on real world business case
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