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From "Torsten Schlabach" <TSchlab...@gmx.net>
Subject Re: Ofbiz Opportunity :: Only Question which I ever needed to ask :)
Date Thu, 08 Mar 2007 09:34:55 GMT
Hi Chand!

Thank you very much for your thoughs. I indeed currently try to make the case of OFBiz.

What doesn't become clear to me from your message:

Is that just some random thoughts or do you pursue any concrete goal?

Regards,
Torsten

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Datum: Thu, 8 Mar 2007 01:11:36 -0800
Von: "Chandresh Turakhia" <chand.turakhia@bhartitelesoft.com>
An: user@ofbiz.apache.org
CC: dev@ofbiz.apache.org
Betreff: Ofbiz Opportunity :: Only Question which I ever needed to ask :)

> Hi ,
> 
> Ofbiz is looked at with curiousity for reasons other than it was Open
> Source from few people.
> 
> Changing Values
> ----------------------------
> 
> Corportate 2.0 is all about Open Company. People need to pathom the need
> to make WallStreet 1.0 to appreciate attempts for Corporate 2.0 :)
> Business 2.0 is only about Business Plan merged with Social Plans. Rise of
> Indian poor does not create "revolution" but makes many answerable on
> ballot bozez. Indians are being American of late - ASKING for cheaper & cheaper
> ( everyday low price ) goods - irrespective to national boundaries.
> 
> Things in perspective 
> --------------------------------
> 
> Indian Retail ( Organized Retail ) is tring to achieve in 5 years what
> other Developed Countries developed over a period of 25 years. It is
> frenzy@best.
> 
> Bharti teams with Wal-Mart and atleast 5 others 5Billion $ Plus other
> investments in organized retail. India has 10million pluz small traders. Number
> nowhere in the world match in unorganized sector. 
> 
> Usual structure of Deal : Indian Partner brings capital and contacts;
> Western partner brings "Systems" which helps to 'derisk' capital investments.
> But it opens up to Political risk of "Unfair Advantage" to big business
> houses. Western Partner may give technology free to Indian venture but it
> further solidify case of Unfair Advantage. :( 
> 
> Ofbiz Opportunity : 
>   a.. Indian Partner ACCEPTS Systems from Western Partner but uses
> SOFTWARE which is available for free to everyone
>   b.. Hopefully Ofbiz gains in adapting to Established retail segment.
> Practical implementations.
> What does It take make this happen ?
> 
> DISCLAIMER : This is just my personal thoughts. My Company has no
> obligations for whatsoever. AND I am not Lawyer.
> 
> Chand 
> Architect - COO team

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