• GKR Rubber Group - Factory

    14 Factories
    in 3 months

    ERP5 offline HTML5 technology solves network connectivity in remote areas.

    GKR Guangdong Guangken Rubber Group Co.,Ltd.

    Read More... Contact Project duration: 3 months Rapid, test-based implementation of central ERP5 instance connecting with remote web applications over a re6st-based, IPv6 mesh network.
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    Custom ERP5
    delivered in 4 months

    130,000 new customers after one year, 22,000 invoice / hour

    Frédéric Charlier SANEF Project Manager

    Enterprise Contact Project duration 2 - 24 months Flexible implementation of scalable applications through rapid development, test based quality assurance and responsive user interface design
  • Testimonial Profile Picture - Klaus Wölfel

    ERP5 MOOC
    powered by artificial intelligence

    2000 students trained in 6 months, 1000 ERP deployed by SlapOS

    Klaus Wölfel OSOE Project Manager

    Scholar Contact MOOC duration 3 - 20 days Complete web-based tutorials through dedicated ERP5 instance and online questionnaire system for final assessment based on real world business case

Nexedi is Europe's largest open-source software (OSS) publisher and creator of ERP5. At Nexedi, we design, develop and deploy enterprise solutions ranging from ERP to pure Decentralized Cloud and Industrial Big Data.


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Rapid Space OCP Remote Installation with Facepro Smart Glasses

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A Sample 4G/5G Offer for a Telecom Operator

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Using an /e/ phone as a desktop or laptop

Not so much work remains to be done to turn /e/ into a desktop operating system. Using an /e/ smartphone as a desktop PC with an external screen, keyboard and mouse is already possible with good usability. Using an /e/ smartphone as a laptop is also possible with scrcpy although some minor improvements are still required for usability.
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How does Rapid.Space and SlapOS compare to AWS?

75% of cloud services provided by Amazon AWS could actually be implemented with Nexedi Free Software stack and Rapid.Space low cost, high performance cloud. With the addition of a few third party Free Software, 85% of AWS services could be replaced by sovereign alternatives.