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OpenERP v6 (HR Modules) Training at NUST (Non OpenERP Partner)

NUST (SEECS) offered OpenERP v6 training. NUST is one of the (TOP 100 UNIVERSITIES IN ASIA) and one of the best educational industries in Pakistan. NUST have 16-18 schools of different areas in Pakistan including capital cities.

Training held at February 17- 18, 2012. This training successfully covered functional and technical areas of OpenERP including following contents;

Contents Speaker
Introduction to ERPsIntroduction to Open SourceOpenERP introductionThe market place of OpenERP: A thorough analysis

Licensing of OpenERP

OpenERPĀ  comparison with other Open source

OpenERP evaluation with SAP as a reference.

Dr. Amir HayatDr. Masoom Alam
Installation of OpenERPIntroduction to OpenERP environment Mohsin Yaseen
Managing HR,Recruitment (Talent Requisition),Survey (Interview and Appraisal),Contract,Evaluation & Appraisals,

Attendances,

Their Expenses,

Payroll Management,

Holidays and

Time Sheets

Mohsin Yaseen
Basic OpenERP module development Mohsin Yaseen

Some of the snaps of team are;

  1. aaqilali
    February 21, 2012 at 7:47 am

    I think it is a very potential work that you people have done in the NUST Business school
    i personally appricitate this work and hope you people have done it very well.

  2. munawar hussain
    February 23, 2012 at 9:59 am

    This training help me in understanding the working of the ERP systems as well as the deployment and deployment of the system.

  3. Malik Asif Jilani
    February 23, 2012 at 4:36 pm

    Assalam-o-Aliakum,

    I really enjoyed the two-day training session on OpenERP solution. The training helped me to know about the various open source ERP solutions. The on-hand practice session on HR and Payroll modules of OpenERP were also very well presented by the organizers. I learned a lot about OpenERP from this short but comprehensive training session.

    Regards,
    MALIK ASIF JILANI

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