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Re: Odoo -- Community v Enterprise Questionsby
The best place to get info on odoo enterprise is .. odoo sales :-)
if you want to test drive it, you can register an online account, and they will contact you.
To get odoo enterprise on a self hosted server, you need to get a license first.
On Mon, 30 Jan 2023 at 01:31, Charles Gucker <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Greetings, I'm new to the Odoo community. I ran across Odoo while looking for a Point of Sale for my girlfriend's business (brick and mortar), but alas, we have been using GoHighLevel which has a lot of overlap with Odoo. As a result, I was looking at the offerings from Odoo with respect to the community edition and the enterprise editions. But from what I can tell, enterprise subscriptions must pay per user and Odoo.sh must host the deployment. I wear a number of hats at a number of different companies, such as the requirement for my girlfriend's business below, a not for profit corporation, which could benefit greatly from efforts in Odoo, as well as my full time job, which could use Odoo as a cloud services provider for internal accounting and forecasting purposes. All in all, I've been in the Internet industry for a long time and have my own cabinet in a well connected data center with plenty of compute and storage capabilities, so naturally, I would like to self host. I spent a few hours trying to find Odoo resources, which is how I found my way here. I also looked through the App directory, but I was having a hard time reconciling the App directory with the offerings included within the enterprise license. Does anybody have a pointer to a URL, or documents, which go into any level of detail on how to create the enterprise experience in a self-hosted environment? As a side note, I would like to whitelabel the URL for my girlfriend's business. Further, I would want to nest multiple client instances within a deployment (for her clients' environments) and then be able to white label a specific clients environment, but that's a longer term vision. Any help that could be provided to point me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated. I see a lot of personal use cases for Odoo, but am struggling to see where the current lines have been drawn between enterprise and community. Thank you in advance, Charles