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Savoir-faire Linux becomes OpenERP Gold Partner in Canada

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Learn more about OpenERP’s advanced features and value-added services provided by Savoir-faire Linux!

Montreal, April 22, 2014 – We are excited to announce that Savoir-faire Linux has been promoted by OpenERP to Gold Partner status. OpenERP is is an integrated Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system and a great platform for the development of business applications.This promotion demonstrates the raising adoption of OpenERP in North America.

As an OpenERP partner since 2012 and a contributor of the Canadian localization, Savoir-faire Linux has built a solid team of 20 consultants dedicated to help organizations implementing OpenERP with hosting, training, consulting, development and support services.

Becoming an OpenERP Gold Partner is a great achievement made possible by our customers, our continuing effort with the OpenERP community, and our strong relationship with Igor Cardoso, our Account Manager at OpenERP”, states Maxime Chambreuil, OpenERP Practice Leader at Savoir-faire Linux. “It also demonstrates our involvement and support to OpenERP.”

Savoir-faire Linux is a safe choice for companies looking for an OpenERP integrator in Canada considering their 100+ employees specialized not only on OpenERP, but also on industrial, infrastructure, and enterprise soluions“, says Igor Cardoso. “In addition, they have one of the worldwide Top 3 OpenERP Certified Professional in 2013 in their team.

For small businesses, home offices, national or international organizations, Savoir-faire Linux is the place to go to adapt your OpenERP-based solution to your needs, your budget and your deadline.

For more information, please contact Savoir-faire Linux: savoirfairelinux.com/solutions/en/openerp

ABOUT OPENERP

OpenERP is one of the leading Open Source ERP platforms that cater to multiple customer segments and industry verticals. OpenERP is supported by an active community that has over 400+ partners, 1500 developers and has customers in over 70 countries.

ABOUT SAVOIR-FAIRE LINUX

Savoir-faire Linux is the leading Free/Open-Source Software company in Quebec and Canada. Since 1999, the company has developed a unique expertise which it supplies to companies and public organizations to meet the challenges of information systems in constant evolution. With a multidisciplinary team of 100 consultants in 2014, Savoir-faire Linux delivers services to a customer base of over 500 organizations, including Quebec and Canadian government organizations, major international agencies, industry giants, and SMEs/ SMIs. Silver member of the prestigious Linux Foundation and ISO 9001/ISO 14001 certified, Savoir-faire Linux has a strong presence in the Free Software community.

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