Acumatica Recruits More Technology Partners, Continuing Rapid Growth
The partners will build on Acumatica’s industry-leading Cloud ERP platform to integrate functionalities in a host of new verticals.
Kirkland, WA (PRWEB) August 20, 2013
Acumatica, the fastest-growing global provider of cloud-based ERP solutions to small and medium-sized companies, announced today that 10 new Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) are joining its growing solution provider network.
Some of the new partners include Spitfire Management, Renovofyi, Solver, Infratel and SavantWMS.
“Acumatica’s unique development platform was one reason Spitfire decided to join the Solution Provider program,” Spitfire Managing Director Dennis Stroud said. “Just by using existing industry standard developer tools, I can go to market faster as we convert our existing solution to the Acumatica cloud platform.”
The growing popularity of Cloud ERP is a key reason cited by many partners to join forces with Acumatica.
“Acumatica’s cloud-based ERP perfectly complements our own Web-based financial report writer, Renovofyi,” said Renovo’s President Maureen Okerstrom, who in July was recognized as one of CRN’s “Top Women of the Channel.”
“The cloud is where our customers are headed, and we want to be there with Acumatica providing a financial reporting solution that is cloud-ready and seamlessly integrated with Acumatica’s ERP suite. We are ecstatic to be partnering with Acumatica and feel their modern technology ERP solution will be one of the standards moving forward.”
Nils Rasmussen, CEO at Solver, said: “The choice was easy for Solver as a number of our existing resellers already have become Acumatica partners and our new Acumatica integration makes it very easy for these partners to also sell and implement BI360 with Acumatica.
“We also view the Acumatica partnership as strategic in nature because of the growth in cloud ERP popularity and by joining forces early on, Solver can provide current and future Acumatica customers with a tightly integrated, best-of-breed reporting, budgeting, dashboard and data warehouse solution that will help them to grow their organizations with world-class business intelligence.”
Bryan Goode, Infratel CEO, said, “Our goal is to give every small and medium business access to communication tools previously reserved only for the largest companies. Our partnership with Acumatica helps us deliver on this promise by integrating our ClickConnect and Contact Center solutions with the Acumatica platform for a seamless SMB back office solution.”
“Acumatica’s ERP system has proven to be a valuable asset to Savant WMS,” said Chris Jackson, its VP of Sales and Marketing. “Our customers greatly benefit from the secure data access, as well as real-time visibility in transit, warehousing and production. The system enables organizations to streamline their business processes significantly, increasing productivity and boosting their bottom line.”
These new companies join Acumatica’s more than 40 ISVs who deliver solutions or extensions with the Acumatica cloud platform. The new partners will add solutions in a range of industries from data warehousing to call centers.
Partners such as JAAS System, DiCentral, CurveCommerce, Avalara, Fusion and SiPD have already built successful solutions on the Acumatica cloud platform.
“DiCentral and ALLiGACOM have been strong players in the EDI market for a long time,” said Tiffany Gregson, Channel Sales Manager at DiCentral. “With DiCentral’s acquisition of ALLiGACOM, Acumatica users can now benefit from an increase in EDI integration options and an overall stronger supply chain management solution suite.”
Christian Lindberg, Acumatica’s VP of Partners & Solutions, estimates that new partners can expect to build cloud solutions about 66% faster and cheaper with the Acumatica platform than with more traditional options out there.
“We are excited to see these new partners come on board to build on Acumatica,” he said. “The momentum we see in these new solutions entering the marketplace is proof Acumatica’s Cloud ERP technology is the platform to bet on.”
This week, Acumatica launched 4.1, the latest version of its flagship product at the company’s 2013 Partner Summit in Leesburg, VA. The summit caps a busy year at Acumatica, which includes a move to its new headquarters in the Seattle area, as well as the set-up of a new regional office in Singapore.
Founded in 2007, Acumatica is the fastest-growing provider of highly customizable, cloud-based ERP applications for small and midsized businesses, offering financial management, distribution, CRM, and project accounting suites. Acumatica Studio, the company’s technology development platform, gives ISVs and OEMs a rapid, cost-effective means of developing and integrating cloud-based apps, using industry-standard tools. A Red Herring Top 100 Global Tech Company, Acumatica has gained a solid reputation among developers and users for the flexibility of its platform and its innovative licensing practices; cloud, on-site, and hybrid deployment options; and device independence; as well as broad-based licensing, integration, and customization options. The privately-held company’s products are delivered through a global channel-partner network of VARs, ISVs, and OEMs. Headquartered in Kirkland, WA, Acumatica maintains offices in Washington DC, Moscow, and Singapore. Acumatica has affiliate offices in Indonesia and Mexico. Acumatica is sold through resellers in the US, Canada, UK, Africa, the Middle East, India and various countries in Southeast Asia. In the Nordic countries and the Netherlands, Acumatica is sold as part of Visma.net.
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