CeBIT Open Source Project Lounge -- BRODEL Business Suite

BRODEL Business suite - web-based business software


Brodel Business Suite is among the 15 projects that will present their work at CeBIT, offering an open source ordering system for B2B.

Brodel Business Suite all around the globe

In a nutshell - describe your project in a few words:

Web-based business software. The system based on the Zikula Application Framework provides, next to the compulsory management of Internet content as a CMS, a customer relationship management (CRM) system, a Web shop and an enterprise resource planning/supply chain management (ERP/SCM) system with a distinct product information management (PIM) system. Among other things it is multi-language, multi-currency and satisfies all the requirements of modern enterprise software.

When did the project begin?


How many active members does the project have?


How did the project come about?

The project was founded based on the desire to create a powerful online B2B ordering system and has experienced steady growth over the years.

What would make a CeBIT visitor interested in your booth?

Because we can demonstrate how securely and trouble-free operation of a company can function through Web-based enterprise solutions and flexible IT infrastructure without large capital or time investment.

Who do you make your software for?

The multi-language and multi-currency capable system is perfect for companies with B2B needs, from small and medium-sized to multinational enterprises.

Where do you see your biggest current challenge?

Compatibility with Zikula Application Framework Version 1.3ff. Incomplete user documentation.

If you were to hire a full-time project developer now, what problem should he or she be ready to solve?

Completion of user documentation.

Under which license is the software currently offered?

Affero GNU Public License version 3.

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