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Acumatica Offers 3-Year Price Guarantee for Unlimited Users on Cloud ERP

Acumatica, a provider of cloud ERP software, today announced a three year price guarantee on its cloud ERP platform with unlimited user licenses. The guarantee means customers will pay the same amount in year 3 as they do in year 1 – including the software as a service (SaaS) solution running on Microsoft Windows Azure as well as on maintenance charges for the on-premise deployment. To learn more and enroll, visit www.acumatica.com/control.

Acumatica is priced by server, so businesses can involve everybody in business process automation without fear of budget busting user licenses. Server pricing allows companies to automate approval processes, time reporting, expense reporting, budgeting, inventory management, and other functions without paying additional fees for infrequent users.

“Switching from NetSuite to Acumatica gave us both sophisticated features and freedom to add users without paying additional license fees,” said Barbara Page, Controller at Quantum Group, a high tech fabric manufacturing company. “Acumatica gives us true cloud computing and control of our data, operations, and support.”

Acumatica allows users to switch between the Microsoft Windows Azure platform and other data centers, including internal clouds. Acumatica includes a data import utility for easy migration of data from other ERP platforms and external systems – even with the presence of customizations and metadata.

“NetSuite customers are unhappy with price restructuring, limited deployment options, and loss of control over their ERP application,” said Ezequiel Steiner, CEO of Acumatica. “But Acumatica customers understand that cloud ERP does not have to be restrictive in terms of users and deployment options.”

About Acumatica

Acumatica develops cloud based ERP software that can be deployed on premise, hosted at a datacenter, or run on a cloud computing platform. Using Acumatica, mid-sized businesses can access their applications and documents from anywhere using any popular web-browser. Acumatica streamlines business tasks such as accounting, financial reporting, customer management, customer invoicing, vendor payments, expense reporting, inventory management, and much more. Acumatica includes a complete set of business applications with customer relationship management (CRM), reporting tools, and customization tools. Acumatica is distributed through a world-wide network of partners. Visit Acumatica’s website (www.acumatica.com) to learn more about its web-based accounting, ERP, and CRM software.

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