Odoo offers a flexible pricing structure that caters to businesses of all sizes. The pricing for Odoo is based on a subscription model, and there are different editions available to choose from.

Odoo Pricing

Enterprise License

Odoo's Enterprise Edition pricing is based on a per-user, per-month subscription model. The exact pricing depends on the number of users and the specific modules and features you choose to include in your subscription. As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, the starting price for the Enterprise Edition is around $20 per user per month. However, please note that pricing may vary and it's best to contact Odoo or an authorized Odoo partner for the most up-to-date and accurate pricing information based on your specific requirements. Additionally, Odoo offers different pricing packages and options for large enterprises, small and medium-sized businesses, and even startups to cater to a wide range of needs and budgets. MicroSolutions Kuwait offers Odoo ERP Kuwait services. 

Odoo Hosting Price (cloud hosting, on-premise, dedicated cloud, or Odoo.Sh)

The pricing for Odoo hosting can vary depending on the hosting option you choose. Here is a general overview of the pricing for different hosting options:

  1. Cloud Hosting: Odoo offers a cloud hosting service known as Odoo.sh. The pricing for Odoo.sh is based on the number of users and the specific requirements of your implementation. The starting price for Odoo.sh hosting is around $25 per user per month.

  2. On-Premise Hosting: If you decide to host Odoo on your own servers or infrastructure, there is no additional cost for hosting from Odoo. However, you will be responsible for the hardware, maintenance, and infrastructure costs.

  3. Dedicated Cloud Hosting: Odoo can also be hosted on dedicated cloud servers provided by third-party hosting providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, or Microsoft Azure. The pricing for dedicated cloud hosting will depend on the specific cloud provider and the server specifications you choose.

It's important to note that the pricing mentioned here is indicative and can vary based on factors such as the number of users, customization requirements, and additional services or support you may need. It's recommended to contact Odoo or an authorized Odoo partner for a detailed pricing quote based on your specific hosting needs.

Odoo Implementation Cost

The cost of implementing Odoo ERP can vary depending on several factors, including the size and complexity of your business, the number of users, the modules and functionalities you require, and any additional customization or integration needs.

Odoo offers a modular approach, allowing you to choose and pay for the specific modules you need, which can help in managing costs. However, it's important to consider the following potential cost components:

  1. License Costs: Odoo provides both community and enterprise editions, and the pricing will differ between them. The enterprise edition typically requires a subscription fee based on the number of users.

  2. Implementation Services: You may need to engage an Odoo implementation partner or consultant to assist with the setup, configuration, and customization of Odoo for your business. The cost of these services can vary based on the complexity of your requirements and the expertise of the consultant.

  3. Customization and Integration: If you require any customizations or integrations with other systems, additional development work may be needed, which can add to the implementation cost.

  4. Training and Support: Training your staff on how to use Odoo effectively and ongoing support for troubleshooting and maintenance should also be considered in the overall cost.

Support and Maintenance

Odoo offers support and maintenance services to ensure the smooth operation and ongoing performance of your Odoo ERP system. Here are some key points regarding support and maintenance:

  1. Support Channels: Odoo provides various channels to access support, including a support ticketing system, community forums, and documentation resources. You can submit support tickets for technical issues or seek assistance from the active Odoo community.

  2. Support Levels: Odoo offers different support levels, such as Standard and Enterprise, with varying response times and access to dedicated support teams. The support level you choose may depend on your business needs and the criticality of the issues you anticipate.

  3. Bug Fixes and Updates: Odoo releases regular updates and bug fixes to address software issues, enhance functionality, and improve security. It's important to keep your Odoo instance up to date with the latest releases to benefit from these improvements.

  4. Maintenance Services: Odoo partners or consultants can provide additional maintenance services, including system monitoring, performance optimization, and database management. These services can help ensure the stability and optimal functioning of your Odoo ERP system.

  5. Subscription Fees: Support and maintenance services are often bundled with the Odoo Enterprise Edition subscription. The subscription fees cover access to support, updates, and new versions of the software.

  6. Community Support: The active Odoo community can also be a valuable resource for troubleshooting, sharing best practices, and finding solutions to common challenges. Engaging with the community can provide additional support and knowledge-sharing opportunities.


Odoo offers a high degree of customization to tailor the ERP system according to your unique business requirements. Here are some key aspects of Odoo customization:

  1. Modular Structure: Odoo follows a modular structure, where different modules represent specific functional areas such as sales, inventory, accounting, manufacturing, and more. This modular approach allows you to select and customize the modules that best fit your business needs.

  2. Custom App Development: Odoo provides a development framework that enables you to create custom applications or modify existing ones to suit your specific workflows and processes. You can develop custom apps to extend the functionality of Odoo and address unique business requirements.

  3. Configuration: Odoo allows extensive configuration options, enabling you to adapt the system to your business processes without the need for coding. Through the user-friendly interface, you can modify fields, forms, views, and workflows to align with your specific needs.

  4. Data Model Customization: You can customize the data model in Odoo to capture additional information or add new fields specific to your business context. This allows for more precise data management and reporting.

  5. Workflows and Automation: Odoo provides a flexible workflow engine that allows you to define and automate business processes. You can customize workflows to match your organization's unique approval processes, document flows, and notifications.

  6. User Interface (UI) Customization: Odoo allows you to customize the user interface to create a personalized and intuitive experience for your employees. You can modify menu structures, add shortcuts, and design user-friendly dashboards tailored to specific user roles.

  7. Integration with Third-Party Systems: Odoo supports integration with various external systems such as payment gateways, shipping providers, CRM systems, and more. You can customize and configure these integrations to ensure seamless data exchange and process synchronization.


Odoo migration refers to the process of transitioning an existing Odoo installation from one version to another. It involves upgrading the Odoo application to a newer version while ensuring the smooth transfer of data, configurations, customizations, and integrations.

Here are some key aspects of Odoo migration:

  1. Version Upgrade: Odoo releases new versions periodically, introducing new features, improvements, and bug fixes. Migrating to a newer version ensures you can take advantage of the latest enhancements and benefits offered by Odoo.

  2. Data Migration: Data migration involves transferring data from the old Odoo instance to the new one. This includes customer records, product information, sales orders, invoices, inventory data, and other relevant data. Proper data mapping, transformation, and validation are crucial to ensure the integrity and accuracy of the migrated data.

  3. Customizations and Modules: During the migration process, any customizations, modules, or apps that were developed or installed in the previous Odoo version need to be adapted to work with the new version. This may involve updating the code, modifying configurations, and ensuring compatibility with the new Odoo version.

  4. Testing and Validation: After the migration, thorough testing is essential to identify any issues or discrepancies resulting from the migration process. This includes testing the functionality of the migrated modules, data integrity, workflows, and integrations with other systems. It's important to validate that the migrated Odoo instance performs as expected and meets the desired business requirements.

  5. User Training and Adoption: Migrating to a new Odoo version may introduce changes in the user interface, features, and workflows. It's important to provide training and support to users to ensure a smooth transition and successful adoption of the new system. This may involve conducting training sessions, creating user documentation, and providing ongoing assistance to address any challenges or questions.

  6. Post-Migration Support: After the migration, it's crucial to have a support plan in place to address any issues or concerns that may arise. This includes providing technical support, troubleshooting, and ensuring the system operates optimally in the new environment.

MicroSolutions is the official Odoo ERP partner in Kuwait.