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About OptiProERP

OptiProERP is a cloud and on-premise manufacturing ERP solution for small and midsize businesses (SMBs) in discrete manufacturing and distribution. OptiProERPs manufacturing-specific solution is built into SAP Business One (the #1 ERP platform for small and midsized businesses), delivering an affordable 21stcentury ERP solution for discrete manufacturers.

This solution and R&D/innovation is 100% focused on the needs of discrete manufacturers. Functionality highlights include: primary and alternate BOMs and routing, MRP, MPS, Shop Floor Execution, Scheduling Workbench, Inventory and Warehouse Management and QA, plus a full set of features in sales, CRM and financials, with built-in mobile and digital capabilities.

OptiProERP is a 21st century solution designed to help growing manufacturers gain full visibility and control of their business, reduce production costs, increase profit margins and leverage data to inform intelligent business decisions.

OptiProERP sets themselves apart from the competition through:

  1. Manufacturing functionality
  2. World-class platform
  3. Mobility
  4. Affordability

Primary Features

  • Primary and alternate BOMs and routing
  • MRP
  • MPS
  • Shop Floor Execution
  • Scheduling Workbench
  • Inventory and Warehouse Management and QA
  • A full set of features in sales,
  • CRM and financials
  • Built-in mobile and digital capabilities.

Target Market

  • Small and midsized manufacturers
  • Companies with 5-500 employees


  • Purchased and subscription-based pricing models available
  • Priced per user, priced per month, or upfront payments
  • No free trial available

Product Overview

  • Developer OptiPro Software
  • Type Discrete Manufacturing Software
  • Client OS Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android, Web
  • Deployment Cloud or On-Premises

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User Reviews of OptiProERP

Submitted on March 23rd, 2023 by Dave

Acumatica and OptiProERP were very, very similar. OptiPro basically beat them out just because of the custom reporting you can do. You can do dashboard reports that are drag and drop of any system information you want in them. You can specialize reports for your desktop. You can have them on your dashboard. It’s really intuitive reporting. The top three or four systems all had really great features, the pricing was very similar, and OptiPro had some custom features that made it stand out a little bit more.

Support is on and off. There is a little bit of a language dialect barrier in the training. I think the training is based out of India. We’ve worked through most of that and they’ve put people forward that can better explain things for us.

The Good…


The Bad…

Some issues with understanding trainers