Odoo is an open source software that is available in three versions, two of which are local while the other is hosted in the cloud. More than 7,300 apps are available thanks to the multiple developments made by Odoo S.A. and its community. The cloud-based Online Edition of Odoo ERP offers a customized solution specifically designed to solve SME needs. In this highly modular solution, each business function is carried out by a dedicated app. This allows growing businesses to start with a few apps and to adopt more as their needs change and evolve.
For this comparison we’ve selected the cloud-hosted version, Odoo Online. The unique part of this offer is that it’s completely customizable. There are more than 30 certified apps that cover the vast majority of business cases, all of which connect to the same database on Odoo’s servers.
Quickbooks is an accounting software for small and medium businesses created in 1994 by the financial software company Intuit. The software has since been split into two versions with industry-specific features added to broaden its appeal In 2014. Quickbooks counted more than 624,000 subscribers, making it one of the most widely used accounting software solutions in the US.
Quickbooks is available in two versions: Enterprise and Online. The Enterprise version is available online via additional hosting or locally. Quickbooks Online is available in 3 plans: Simple Start, Essential or Plus. For this comparison, we will demonstrate QuickBooks with its Online Essential product.
User Interface – QuickBooks
QuickBooks – Dashboard
QuickBooks – Reconciliation
User Interface – Odoo
Odoo – Dashboard
Odoo – Reconsiliation