ABAS Business Software has built a name for itself as a mid-market enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor to contend with. In his latest article, TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic reviews the company’s major ERP offering, describes how the mid-market ERP vendor the differentiated itself from the pack, and talks with Alan Salton to get the president’s perspective on the company’s products, challenges, and strategies.
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includes all functions from master files, to sales, purchasing, production, scheduling, financial accounting, group accounting, cost accounting, fixed assets, service, customer relationship management (CRM), and forecasting. The company’s revenues come from more than 2,750 customers at 3,200 sites. A reported 93 percent of companies that purchased abas ERP since the company’s inception in 1980 are still customers today. The typical customer has $20 to $150 million (USD) in annual revenues, but