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At Openbravo, we have a specialized team, just to assure that everyone involved in the “Openbravo ecosystem” complies with some quality standards. The focus of this Openbravo training team is to educate both partners and end users about our application. For our partners it is important that they can demonstrate

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When was the last time you went to a retail shop? Did you notice your shopping experience was extensively planned? From the shop window disposition that made you go in, to the items you saw, from the service you received as you came in to the experience till you paid

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The Retail industry is undergoing a profound transformation, pushed by technologies like E-Commerce, mobile devices and social networks that are revolutionizing the way people shop. Many retailers, both traditional stores as well as E Commerce companie…

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Openbravo for Retail is a multichannel and full web retail management system, allowing a complete management of the Retail business, from Sales and Customer Relations to Finance and Operations across all channels.
In the spirit of the recent release, we would like to announce that the training for it is now available as well!

Target Audience
This new training is targeted at partners and third parties that are already well acquainted with the core functionality of Openbravo 3 covered by our flagship Basic Functional Training. It covers functional topics related to retail specific business processes but does not include any technical subjects. Hence, no technical background is necessary to partake.

Content
The following chapters are covered by this course:
  • Overview – learn the benefits of Openbravo for Retail
  • Openbravo for Retail Distribution – how to deploy and run the new flavour of Openbravo
  • Backoffice Configuration – how to configure retail specific processes using Openbravo 3
  • Web POS – how to configure and use the new Web POS for retail store operations
  • Backoffice Analytics – summarizing and analyzing retail store operations using Openbravo 3
  • Additional Materials – documents and links to learn even more and stay up to date on Openbravo for Retail


Format
The course is delivered in an online self-study format which means it can be started at any time. An estimated 10 hours of student’s time is required to complete the course which can be done at any time during the 30-day course availability after enrolling. A VMWare virtual image of the retail application to be run locally is supplied with the course.
Note: The estimated time assumes that the student already has good prior knowledge of Openbravo 3 core functionality listed within the Content section of the 
Basic Functional Training training.


How to Enroll?
Partners can enroll their students through the partner portal by using the Contract Management tab and entering the voucher discount code. Others can purchase this course through the following link at a price of 299EUR (price is region dependent).

For any questions or doubts, don’t hesitate to contact us at training@openbravo.com. We hope to see many of you in the course soon!
Rok Lenardic
Openbravo Training Manager
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Having delivered 32 courses in 2010, it is time to reflect back and analyze our efforts. Within the past year we at Openbravo Education invested heavily into developing compelling online courses that are:cheaper to attendmore flexible for the studen…

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