• 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.
  • Testimonial Profile Picture - Frederic Chalier

    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.


Latest News

07-11 2018

Open Source / Free Software for Effective Industry 4.0

Programme and Information about the Industry 4.0 Meetup by Nexedi GmbH and Fraunhofer IAO on November 12th, 2018 in Stuttgart with Amarisoft, Linutronix, Olimex and Télécom ParisTech.
05-11 2018

Can Free big data regulate AI and the data economy?

Market does not seem to provide any valid solution to the new issues posed by a data economy which is characterised by a combination of increasing returns and legal blockers to community or ecosystem based competition. As a consequence, the current known optimal organisation to monetise big data and A.I. is the private or state monopoly. We review in this article possible alternatives that could be considered in the future and how to enforce them.
31-10 2018

Are Linux containers stable enough for production and why Nexedi uses SlapOS nano-containers instead ?

Nexedi does not use LXC containers or docker because it is impossible to ensure their stable operation especially in case of kernel ABI mismatch or missing containerisation of system calls. Instead, we use SlapOS nano-containers which have provided since 2010 similar benefits in a more stable way while using less resources. SlapOS nano-containers will soon be deployed on embedded device using Elbe embedded Linux with over-the-air (OTA) upgrade and secure boot.
30-10 2018

Five Evolutions of Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing is essentially the automation of IT service provisioning through software which replace human tasks. It is currently evolving in multiple directions. Free Software and Open Hardware will eventually lead to massive price cuts compared to current price levels in USA or Asia. Edge Computing will reduce the need of data centres whenever network latency or availability become critical. Service Workers will eliminate the need of servers, both at the edge or at the data centre, in 90% cases. Big Servers will eventually replace smaller servers as the standard fabric the data centre.