Odoo provided us with the freedom to engage more with our customers. Not just from the time we save on business-related issues, but because of the tools Odoo provides we can communicate more effectively and solve more customer problems. We have saved so much time with their integrated solution.Dr. Juergen Kienhoefer, CEO & Founder of Wireless Cables. Source:Odoo.com
Your separate systems for accounting and ecommerce are costing you money
How Odoo can help you make more money by simplifying processes and automating tasks
Any online business owner can effectively manage their accounting using Odoo. Both eCommerce and Accounting apps are completely integrated, with a centralized database that is updated in real-time.
Odoo’s Accounting and eCommerce are amazing solutions on their own, but together they open a realm of possibilities you never thought possible.
If you have one platform to host your website and a separate system to handle your accounting, mistakes are bound to happen. It’s very inefficient because the time you spend looking for the correct information, you would have already solved your customer’s problem.
And it’s assuming the information is correct and updated. If that’s not the case, you have an unhappy customer.
The manual labor of business owners: why do you type in the same information over and over again?
As you waste time copying information from one place to another - in an effort to keep everything consistent and updated - you take time away from more productive tasks. Perhaps the systems you use are really good at their job, but the extra work you have to do is tiring and dull.
You’ll have to make the time to review the updates many times to make sure it’s accurate. Otherwise, you won’t be able to track properly your income, expenses
A new campaign will have to be put on hold until you have all the information to about your customers' habits. A customer has to wait a few hours before you can provide a simple answer because your data is scattered in different places. And important business decisions will take longer, as you compile your all your business data from different sources.
In other words, opportunities will be lost and customers trust in you will waver.
There is also the danger of inaccuracies or loss of information in the process. Sometimes you’re just tired and, after a while, you copy information from the wrong place or enter a value of 31 as 13 without noticing.
Typing even just one wrong value will affect the final result. Which in turn, will lead to audits and penalties or the loss of tax benefits. The last thing you need is the IRS or HMRC poking around and finding new ways to make you owe them money.
Accurate data can increase your revenue up to 95%
You already know that acquiring a new customer is a lot more expensive than retaining your existing customers. It is five to 25 times more expensive to convince someone new to buy your product. And why would you spend up to 25 times more, when retaining your customers is cheaper and more profitable?
A Harvard Business Review article claims that “increasing customer retention rates by 5% increases profits by 25% to 95%”. Don’t let a misplaced invoice or a mistake in a record take away your profitable customers.
Not only that, but they’re more inclined to choose a business where they’re recognized by name, by their history and preferences. You’ll have to be able to have all the information collected about each customer at hand.
Let’s pretend for a second that you have a retention rate of 10% and your monthly income is an average of £2,000. To increase your retention rate by 5%, you’ll have to spend £100 every month. We’re going to be conservative and say this will increase your profits by only 25%.
By the end of the year you’ll have invested £1,200 on customer retention, by the end of the year the usual £24,000 turned into £30,000. Not bad, right?
If you manage to increase it by 95%, even better. That’s £3,900 every month, £46,800 after 12 months.
If your customer retention continues to grow, your yearly income will as well. However, if you can’t keep your customers because of bad business decisions and misplaced information, you’re losing £6,000 every year (or worse £22,800).
Having a fully integrated accounting and
Why an integrated system is the best option
A system where you no longer needed to go back and forth between platforms just to locate a piece of information. Or had to insert information manually into different systems just to keep it consistent.
Sounds like an expensive
An Egyptian company, Ariika, choose Odoo as their
After implementing Odoo, Ariika saw cuts in their monthly costs, automated work
They found new revenue potential by controlling and adding new fields in their website as they wanted. This allowed them to open a new store with
“With Odoo, the business process has been simplified and a lot of the work automated. This leaves Hassan time to think about how to expand the supply chain, or increase the revenue streams in the UAE, or to come up with any other lucrative ideas.”
Fruity Chutes, thanks to the accounting app, has an overall vision of expenses and can filter them to have a more detailed insight. Odoo helped them “reduce the time spent on routine tasks and focus on what really matters: developing meaningful relationships with their customers.”
Nordika was able to take control of their business processes, reduce the manual efforts with automated and streamlined processes. They were able to track their inventory in real-time and get forecasts to manage procurement.
To answer the last question, Odoo is an open source software, this means that you’ll never have to pay license fees on top of your subscription.
As you see, an integrated system is a better solution than two or more independent systems. Odoo will help you simplify, streamline and automate your business processes. You can spend your time developing relationships with your customers and finding new opportunities to grow your online business.
5 reasons why you should make a change to Odoo
1. Save money. No licensing fees. Forever.
2. Your information in one place. Information is updated across all systems in real-time.
3. Apps that adapt to you. Customize and personalize apps, modules
4. Easily scalable. Add new apps and modules as your business grows.
5. Constantly evolving. You don’t need to wait around for an upgrade.
Today is the day to choose Odoo
Now, you’ll have to choose if you will continue wasting money on incomplete systems or invest in a flexible solution that replaces all the other systems. If you think you won’t choose Odoo because it doesn't cover a need that is essential for your business, think again.
We can develop a new feature because this software is flexible and easily adaptable. Odoo is an open complete solution that will take your business to the next level.
We’ll give you a free assessment, with no strings attached, to understand your business needs.