Odoo ERP Pricing – Costs and Pricing Models

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Odoo is a comprehensive open-source enterprise resource planning (ERP) software made up of an integrated suite of applications. There are over 40 apps that companies can choose from, such as Accounting, Human Resources, Marketing, Sales and Manufacturing. Because it’s a modular system, customers can start with a subset of tools and add additional apps as needed.

In this post, we’ll describe the Odoo pricing in detail.

How Much Does Odoo Cost?

Odoo has two editions: Community and Enterprise. The Odoo Community version is the open-source software that’s free for users to download. The free version comes with basic apps, such as a Website Builder, Blogs, Forums, Live Chat and eLearning. In addition, the Odoo Community edition provides access to the Sales, CRM, Point of Sale, Invoicing, Project, Inventory, Purchase and Manufacturing apps, and users can access certain features in the Marketing (e.g., Email Marketing, Survey, SMS) and Human Resources apps. Note that Odoo Community isn’t accessible on mobile devices.

Odoo Enterprise is a paid edition that can be deployed on premise or in the cloud. We discuss its pricing model below.

Odoo Pricing Model

In the past, Odoo Enterprise had a base price that uses a per-month strategy, plus companies had to also purchase individual apps if they wish to use them. However, the vendor has recently changed its pricing model where organizations can choose from a free plan or two paid plans.


The Free plan includes access to a single app and accommodates unlimited users. Odoo notes that if an app depends on other apps (e.g., eCommerce app depends on the Website app or Invoicing app), the additional apps are free.


The Standard plan costs $24.90 per user, per month (annually) or $31.10 per user, per month (monthly) and can accommodate multiple apps, as well as unlimited support, hosting and maintenance. The pricing reflects the discount that new clients get for the first 12 months.


The Custom plan costs $37.40 per user, per month (annually) or $46.80 per user, per month (monthly) and are for organizations that prefer to customize Odoo to fit their requirements. It includes all features of the Standard plan, plus on-premise hosting, Odoo Studio, the ability to accommodate multiple companies/locations and external API.


Clients can choose from three implementation methods: deploying the software themselves, purchasing an Implementation Success Pack from the vendor (recommended for less than 50 users) or working with an Odoo implementation partner (if more than 50 users will use the software).

The Odoo Implementation Success Pack has four pricing tiers, and each tier includes a dedicated Customer Success Consultant that will provide project management, training, support, configuration, data import assistance and on-site consulting.

We’ve mentioned the four tiers below (pricing reflects the 15% discount for new customers):

  • Basic – The Basic tier costs $3,060 for 25 hours and is recommended for all apps, excluding Inventory, Manufacturing and Accounting.
  • Standard – The Standard tier costs $5,950 for 50 hours and is recommended for all apps.
  • Custom – The Custom tier costs $10,625 for 100 hours.
  • Pro – The Pro tier costs $21,250 for 200 hours.

Pricing for services provided by the implementation partners can vary, and clients will need to reach out to that company for a custom quote.

Can I use Odoo for free?

As mentioned, customers can use a single app within Odoo Enterprise for free, and the app supports unlimited users. But if they want to choose more than one app, they’ll have to sign up for a 15-day free trial. Odoo doesn’t require credit card information at the time of sign-up.

And because the Odoo Community edition is open source, it’s free, too, but developers may need to pay for advanced features or implementation if desired.


Odoo is a scalable ERP solution that’s available on premise or in the cloud. Its Enterprise edition’s freemium model can benefit small businesses that only need a single app, and its Community edition is free for developers to install and customize the software based on their needs.
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