Connected Business. Delivered.
Acumatica Cloud ERP provides the best business management solution for transforming your company to thrive in the new digital economy. Through leading-edge technology, best in class functionality, and customer-friendly business practices, Acumatica delivers unparalleled value to small and midmarket organizations.
Integrated workflows span the full suite of business management applications, from Equipment Sales, Rental, Service, Parts Sales, and Financials to CRM. Acumatica is built on a future-proof platform with open architecture for scalability, ease of use, and rapid integrations. Connected Business. Delivered.
Unlimited Users: Without License Fees.
Acumatica offers a unique licensing option: unlimited licensing. Add as many users as you want and you incur no additional fees. This is best suited for medium-sized and larger customer; while smaller ones will enjoy a more traditional licensing model. They do have a variable tier license price sheet that is based on transaction volume, but this scheme is entirely favorable to dealerships whose machine-sale transactions are typically low volume and high-dollar.
No More "Version Lock" or Outdated Software
One of Acumatica's most powerful competitive advantages is the ability to modify of the software. There's two important aspects to this. First every user, not matter how small, receives a free toolset for modifying the software and a full set of the source code that was used to build the system. Second, and most importantly, all your changes in a separate area. This approach allows the base software to be easily upgraded year after year. The result: you will never again be locked into an old version.
Award-Winning Internet Software.
Industry Analysts agree that Acumatica has established itself as a leader in the emerging mid-market for Internet ERP software companies. Along the way, it has garnered a variety of awards due to the company's obsession with elegant design and usability, their passion for customer, and their ability to turn normal executives into "raging fans" of the software.