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MYOB signalled their intent to break into the mid-market cloud ERP market when they invested in Acumatica in 2014. Since then, they have released and improved the MYOB Advanced product into the feature-rich solution that it is today. With a host of modules and industry-specific editions that can be integrated into the core Business platform, MYOB Advanced can meet your organisation’s needs now and into the future.
MYOB Advanced powered by Acumatica offers power and flexibility by allowing 24/7 visibility over your business from a cloud-based platform. It is easy to use, typically a better value solution for its place in the market, and scalable to grow with your organisation.
This page is your hub for all the latest MYOB Advanced and Acumatica news. We have gathered this information to better inform you about future updates and features coming to MYOB Advanced.
Articles from 2022
Acumatica’s ranking in the Market
To learn more about where Acumatica ranks against other Enterprise Resource Planning Software, take a look at the ‘Emotional Footprint’ from software reviews. It measures the overall experience of working with a software vendor and its platform. The Emotional Footprint helps you understand how you can trust and rely on the vendor to support you through your relationship by identifying which vendors provide the best overall experience when compared to the perceived value of the software. You can use this report to understand which vendors focus on building relationships to create a loyal customer base.
Articles from 2021
End users crown Acumatica Cloud ERP a Champion
One of only seven Champions, Acumatica placed at the top of the Midmarket Enterprise Resource Planning Emotional Footprint Diamond, ahead of Sage Intacct and Oracle NetSuite ERP, and Microsoft Dynamics. The results are released in a fact-based report, providing actionable insights for companies evaluating their software options.
Articles from 2020
This is what happens when an ERP vendor listens to customers
Acumatica invests over 70% of its personnel into Research and Development to continue building out the platform to meet the needs of the market. In the next year, Acumatica will look to improve non-programming customisations, dashboard and reporting, machine learning and artificial intelligence, and performance and scalability. We look forward to seeing these improvements flow through to MYOB Advanced in the future.
Articles from 2019
Why your growing company needs smarter inventory control systems – and how to get them
True inventory control requires a balance between goods coming in and goods going out, but maintaining this balance is complicated. Falling out of this balance by holding too much or too little inventory can cost you money.
Articles from 2018
A Review of Acumatica
Acumatica’s intuitive design, enterprise scalability, and flexible pricing model help to make Acumatica an excellent choice for ERP, GL accounting, and inventory management.
Articles from 2017
Gartner positions Acumatica in the visionaries quadrant for cloud core financial management suites
Acumatica, the fastest-growing cloud ERP company, was identified as a Visionary in Gartner’s June 2017 Magic Quadrant for Cloud Core Financial Management Suites for Midsize, Large, and Global Enterprises. Acumatica is known for its innovation, leadership, and exceptional technology, as well as for providing superior integration capabilities.
Articles from 2016
Why the technology used to build Acumatica is important to anyone evaluating ERP software
John Howell has a vision that in the next 10 years there is going to be a big push globally for all software to have the ability to communicate with each other. So, John made sure Acumatica was built on technology languages that will be universal.
Articles from 2015
How much does ERP Implementation Cost?
In general, the price of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software can cost anywhere from 100%-250% of the software licence cost for implementation. The total price includes the software licence, the number of users, renewal fees, training, customisations, number of features deployed, maintenance, and upgrades.
Articles from 2014
Intercompany Transactions: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Intercompany transactions represent a bookkeeping risk for any parent business with one or more subsidiaries. It’s only through careful intercompany accounting that you can avoid counting these transactions twice. How do you handle intercompany reconciliation between your branches and other entities? With the right accounting software, you can avoid the bad, prevent the ugly, and keep the good.