It was in fact a great event, where we met lots of people from all over the world. We had very interesting conversations with Openbravo ERP partners like Kenzo & Associates, SEN, Gepelia, Open Sistemas, and a lot more, now turning into successful relationships for distribution and reselling of OpenBaseMovil and BaseMovil solutions.
We also had the opportunity of presenting the new Openbravo module for the 2.50 version that integrates BaseMovil bmSales with the ERP. This allows a fast start, plug & play mobile solution to be used with Openbravo. We called it “mobility out of the box”, and we really meant it.
We now have the recording for this session, a community slot where we presented the solution and module. And we did it in less than the 10 minutes that we had to spare!
If you didn’t attend the event or you had to leave early, here’s the session’s video:
We hope you find it interesting.
Please, leave your comments and thoughts.
More than 300 IT professionals from around the world coming to Barcelona in April 17 to 19, 2009 with one interest in common, Open Source.
Elondra shares this platform with key market players of the Traditional source like Oracle and Sun Microsytems and open source innovators to the likes of Openbravo and IBM´s DB2 software.
The event will take place in the pleasantly centered NH Constanza Hotel right in the heart of Barcelona´s financial district.
Narciso Cerezo, CEO of Elondra, will host a session on ERP extension modules and describe the Openbravo 2.5 module, developed by Elondra in collaboration with Openbravo. This module seamlessly integrates the benefits of mobilizing a company’s sale force using standard Java phones, into the features of Openbravo.
For more information visit the Openbravo event site at www.openbravoworldconference.com
We’ve been really busy this last months, hiring, planning, rising funds, but we are now ready again to publish our news on OpenBaseMovil development.
We’re also starting with a very interesting side of Open Source development: training and “evangelization”.
Tomorrow we will start a seminar on JavaME and OpenBaseMovil development at the Computer Science College, Universidad Computense de Madrid (one of the best Universities in Spain).
The seminar has raised great expectation: It will be delivered to 40 students, but over 100 will have to wait until the next session.
We plan to publish also our conclusions, part of the seminar materials, and some photos after the seminar.
We’ve just returned from the WES, and we will be at another event soon: The second Barcamp at Open Movil Forum. Open Movil Forum is an initiative of Movistar, the Spanish network operator, around open source software and mobility.
We made a quick presentation at the first Barcamp, now we will be showing a more in depth look at our flagship application bmSales, which will be soon released under an Apache or BSD license.
This is a powerful application that has been running on real customers for the last two years, with many functionalities, that illustrates how to get the best of the OpenBaseMovil framework.
If you’re in Madrid next May 27th, you can sign up for free and attend the event.