Case Study: Hosting Odoo with increased speed, security and reliability

Written by Jo Stonehouse 0 Comments
Odoo is a phenomenal all-in-one software solution that forms a complete suite of enterprise management applications. There are over 15,000 apps available in the Odoo marketplace, including CRM, invoicing, accounting, manufacturing, warehousing, project management, inventory management, HRM, e-commerce, blogging, marketing and much more besides. The vast range of applications means that it is suited to any business purpose, and for any business size - from startups to enterprises.

However, hosting Odoo on your own servers is not necessarily straightforward - especially if your use case demands scale or you require Odoo to run a web store at speed.

With nearly two decades of hosting experience, Kualo has the expertise to get your Odoo environment running quickly and efficiently.

DS Safety are one of the leading suppliers and manufacturers of safety equipment in Denmark, and they use Odoo to power their operations, including their e-commerce store. They love Odoo as a platform, but struggled to get it running smoothly - and after experiencing daily outages and slow speeds, they contacted Kualo to see whether we could help.

After a period of consultation, we proposed a radically different approach to hosting Odoo that was designed to solve their issues of reliability, increase the speed at which their front and backend site performed, whilst also increasing overall security.

Click here to download the full case study and discover how Kualo's managed hosting helped DS Safety move from daily outages, to zero downtime, with an average 18% speed increase to boot.





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About the Author

Jo Stonehouse is the Founder and Managing Director at Kualo. He loves helping businesses succeed online, and is based in London were he lives with his wife, Sali, daughter Seren, son Griff and dog, Milo.