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2023 KMWorld Media Kit Available Here 

Acumatica rolls out updates that break geographic boundaries

Acumatica, a cloud ERP company, is releasing Acumatica 2022 R2, the second of its semiannual product updates, offering enhancements in usability. The new release also includes the increased ability for businesses to target new geographic markets and segments, and sharpens the targeting of micro-markets and verticals.

“In today’s digital economy, small and mid-sized businesses are competing with larger companies for market share,” said John Case, CEO of Acumatica. “To be successful, these businesses must seize every opportunity to enhance and streamline operations and flex their financial muscles. The updates we’ve introduced in 2022 R2 will help organizations across industries elevate their processes, realize market share, and add value to their bottom lines.”

Acumatica 2022 R2 minimizes restrictions caused by geographic location such as different languages, tax configurations, reports, banking interfaces, etc. With R2, customers can transcend local business opportunities and boundaries by utilizing robust localization, integration, and financial management capabilities.

The company has designed its R2 product updates to increase ease of navigation and flexible workflows. These features simplify the learning curve for new users and maximize adoption. The user-friendly interface is highly intuitive and customizable, and the mobile app empowers users to work on a smaller screen while on the go, according to the vendor.

Acumatica also offers industry-centered solutions with features that align with specific requirements and business processes for vertical markets such as retail, commerce, manufacturing, and distribution. By aligning with micro-vertical markets, customers can sharpen their go-to-market strategy and precisely target market segments, according to the company.

For more detailed information about all the new features of 2022 R2, visit www.acumatica.com.

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