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Acumatica Heralds xRP Cloud Platform
Acumatica releases Acumatica Cloud xRP Platform to empower developers and software companies to bring their new and legacy applications to the cloud faster and

visma.net  customers, has already launched Visma.net , built on the Acumatica Cloud xRP Platform.   As Acumatica''s new chief executive officer (CEO), Jon Roskill, is an ex-Microsoft executive, this xRP platform play very much resembles the xRM platform play by Microsoft Dynamics CRM form of several years ago. The concept is still also alive and well at Microsoft, although the Microsoft Dynamics team now rather talks about it more from a platform perspective versus using the term “xRM,” per se ( read more ). Read More...
MYOB to OEM Acumatica Cloud ERP
Acumatica and MYOB, the largest business management software provider in Australasia, have announced a multimillion dollar deal. The deal enables MYOB to

visma.net  as part of the Visma.net cloud offering. As with Visma, MYOB receives exclusive rights to market the Acumatica platform under the company’s own brand name in Australia and New Zealand. Read More...
Acumatica Declares 2013 a Record Year, Looks to Similar 2014
Acumatica, a fast-growing provider of customizable, cloud-based ERP applications for small to medium businesses (SMBs), recently announced a record year for new

visma.net  sold as part of Visma.net , whereas in Australia and New Zealand, it is sold under the popular MYOB brand name . Through these strategic partnerships the vendor reportedly reaches 1.2 million businesses in Australia and New Zealand, and more than 350,000 in the Nordics.   Outside of the US, Acumatica continues to expand into emerging markets with a particular recent success in Southeast Asia. The company expects to see similar growth in 2014, as it announces plans for next year’s annual Partner Summit Read More...

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