- Winning the award for the Sixth time confirms the efficiency and popularity of the Openbravo solutions and the demand for them since their launch -
Barcelona (Spain), Sept 25th, 2013 - Openbravo, the leading web-based open source business management solutions provider, has been named one of the ‘Best of Open Source Applications’, at the Infoworld Bossie 2013 awards . InfoWorld’s Bossies honor the best open source software for business. The InfoWorld Test Center works to identify the best and most active application projects that the open source world has to offer. This is the sixth time in seven years, five in a row, that Openbravo wins a Bossie.
Openbravo is the leading provider of browser-based open source business applications for the cloud, with more than 6,500 organizations in 60 countries relying on Openbravo software every day. Leveraging their open source projects, they develop Openbravo Professional Edition, a comprehensive horizontal ERP solution, Openbravo for Retail, a multi-channel retail management solution with integrated POS ready to be used on mobile devices like tablets and smartphones, and Openbravo for Coworking, a comprehensive cloud-based solution for managing the entire coworking space operations, from member relationships and sales through to operations and finances. All solutions are exclusively distributed through Openbravo channel of global partners.
All Openbravo software is available in the cloud, on demand, or on premise, with full freedom to migrate across deployment options at any time. An expanding range of over 400 free and premium Openbravo solutions and extensions is available "in app" through the company’s central repository, enabling a unique, modular “assemble to fit” capability that provides best in class adaptability while preserving upgradability.
Marco de Vries, CEO of Openbravo, said: “We are humbled by the recognition bestowed upon us yet again with Infoworld’s prestigious Bossie award. This is the sixth time in seven years and we are absolutely thrilled. This will prove an impetus to continue our good work and we will look to better ourselves in 2014 by lending more value to our open source applications.”