Openbravo for Coworking (CWS) User Guide
CWS is a vertical solution for coworking spaces.
General Setup is the place where to configure basic Openbravo settings such as the enterprise model, users and roles as well as other more advance setting such as alerts, preferences and processes.
Mater Data is a central repository of data where key information such as business partners and products can be created, configured and therefore shared accross other Openbravo application areas.
Procurement Management supports the management of the orders, goods receipts and purchase invoices as well as the analysis of purchase related data.
Sales Management addresses the life-cycle of a sales process and besides provides the tools to analyze sales related information.
The "Financial Management" area supports daily accounting activities such as payable and receivable accounts management, assets amortization as well as the opening and closing of the accounting year.
There are a series of How To documents addressing areas of special interest. Many of the guides present how to achieve particular business goals in a manner supported by Openbravo.
In Glossary you will find a brief and clear explanation about Openbravo main terms.
In Screens Reference you will find a single repository of information about all Openbravo screens, fields and entities.
Finally, it is important to remark that:
- This document refers to Openbravo 3 Professional Edition.
Users of other editions, including Basic and Community Edition, can still refer to this document but will find that some sections are not applicable to their product.
- Each Openbravo application area includes additionaly an Advanced Features section that describes features hidden in the default configuration because they are not commonly used.
These sections describe how to make advanced features accessible, how to setup your Openbravo system to use them and how you can use them.
- This document is not oriented to explain concepts or processes accessible for "specific" roles in an organization, but for a role which has no access restrictions.
If you are willing to contribute to this guide, please review the How to properly document a feature article.
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