Odoo SaaS Kit: Features and Server Specifications

Posted By : Aditi | October 10, 2019

Odoo SaaS Kit

Odoo SaaS is a software distribution model in which a third-party provider hosts applications and provides access to users through the internet. Odoo SaaS kit is a well-tested and proven site management system that accepts PayPal payments. It has a framework for creating membership-based applications including account upgrades, tiered pricing levels, and multi-tenant data security in a single database. Let’s explore the advanced features and benefits of using the Odoo SaaS kit.

 

Applications of SaaS

SaaS is one of the three main categories of cloud computing alongside Platform as a service (PaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS). The hosted application model of SaaS is similar to the Application Service Provider (ASP).  SaaS eliminates the need for businesses to install and run applications on their computers or data centers. It eliminates the expense of hardware acquisition, software licensing, provisioning, and maintenance. SaaS applications are used by IT professionals and C level executives across industries. There are various SaaS applications for fundamental business technologies including:

Sales Management

Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

Point of Sale (POS)

Human Resource Management (HRM)

Financial Management

Billing and Collaboration

 

Benefits of Odoo SaaS Kit

* Odoo SaaS minimizes the requirement of physical server setup to reduce site management costs

Odoo SaaS kit provides a ready to use structure to businesses to enable them to start their own Odoo SaaS services 

Odoo SaaS scalability enables customers to access features on demand

Users can easily access Odoo SaaS applications using internet-enabled devices 

Odoo SaaS provides several customization options to customers. They can access several innate modules as a time-based service without the need to buy them with a proprietary license. 

 

SaaS Kit Architecture

 

Odoo SaaS Kit
Odoo SaaS Kit

Features of Odoo SaaS Kit

Odoo Instance:

A unique Odoo SaaS instance is created individually for each customer

The user can either create the instance manually or use the scheduler to create instances of all orders

The Odoo instance provided to customers contains all modules featured in their purchased plan and installed in the instance

The login details are sent automatically to the customer’s registered email ID. 

 

Odoo As a Service:

The module facilitates users to provide Odoo as SaaS to their customers in the form of instances

It provides a structure for the subscription-based service model to the users

Users can sell Odoo and its modules with Odoo instances as a subscription-based service to their customers

 

Customer Website Account View:

Customers can check the subscription contract details in their website account

The account details also display the modules included in the subscription plan

Customers can check the status of their plan and login to their Odoo SaaS instance directly from the website account.

 

Subscription Plans:

Different subscription plans with featured modules can be created and published on the website for customers

Customers need to purchase the plan to start the subscription

Users can also include a trial period within the plan

 

Also Read: Introduction of the Odoo SaaS Tool Kit and server specifications

 

Other Basic and Advanced Features of Odoo SaaS:

Works with Odoo (Community and Enterprise Edition)

Ability to monitor database system-wise

Ability to increase or decrease the number of users for each database 

Enable users to reset their passwords

Supported gateways: PayPal

Sub-domain URLs with single database listing, thus isolating users from seeing other databases

Support for SSL with a digital certificate

Separate URL provided to the administrator for creating databases

Ability to send automatic invoices every month

Sub-domain support with individual customers getting their domains

Ideal Requirements of Odoo SaaS as a Service Implementation

At Oodles ERP, we have a traceable track record of fulfilling complex business requirements. Our core development team recommends the following framework and tools that can be taken into consideration for Odoo SaaS implementation.

Technology Stack:

* Odoo (V11): Odoo is an all in one management software that provides a range of business applications targeting companies of all sizes. 

* PostgreSQL (V9.x): It is used as the primary database or persistent database. At Oodles, we use PostgreSQL as it supports all features of SQL databases like indexes, constraints, ACID behavior, triggers, stored procedures and features of NoSQL databases.

* Nginx: It is a web server that can be used as a reverse proxy, mail proxy, load balancer, and HTTP cache

* Django: It is a high-level Python open-source web framework that enables rapid development of pragmatic design in Odoo environment

 

Development Tools:

* Jira: It is used by the development team for project management. Developers can easily maintain and track the progress of the project in terms of deliverables. 

* pyCharm: It is an IDE used in programming especially for python language and Odoo module customization.

* GitHub: Developers can use it for code versioning and track the changes during development

 

Grow Your Business Potential with Our Odoo SaaS Services

Streamline your business processes and increase your operational efficiency with our customized Odoo development services. Choose from our powerful stack of 10,000+ Odoo supported applications and increase the scalability and flexibility of your business processes. 

If you are planning to deploy Odoo to your cloud-based applications, then connect with Oodles ERP now to schedule a discussion. 

To Read Next: Odoo Version 13 Roadmap and Updated Features: A Sneak Peek

 

About Author

Aditi

Aditi Dutt is a technology writer who has an avid interest in ERP technologies. Aditi follows the latest ERP developments and trends to keep readers informed about their impact on business processes. She is also a next-gen technology enthusiast who covers IoT, Blockchain, AI and AR/VR technologies in her articles.


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