Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Web Services training in Singapore

Dear Team,

Thanks to an overwhelming demand, we are organising a 
Two Days session for Web Services Integration training to be held in Singapore.

Our Platform Evangelist, Ruslan Devyatko will be in Singapore 
Monday and Tuesday 29,30 September 2014.
Developers and functional consultants are cordially welcome.

Prerequisites for the training will be:
  1. Decent Acumatica Functionality Knowledge. 
  2. .NET Platform Knowledge. 
  3. Acumatica Framework specific knowledge. 
  4. Ability to Design Screens in C# using Acumatica Platform.
  5. Being Acumatica Partner. Of course :) 
Please book it in advance, there are only 30 seats available. 

We make it FOC this time. Hurry up.

All the best,
Sergey.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Scheduling an Import Process

Hi Guys,


Here is how you can put your Integration with say POS system on schedule in our Import Scenarios process.


First of all, I assume you already created an Import Scenario and tested it with the file uploaded to the Acumatica.


Secondly, you have to ensure that the source file is placed inside Acumatica on time.


Third thing, and that is what I am to explain, we have to schedule a process, inside Acumatica, that will take the file from above. Get the data out of it, and then insert these data into Acumatica screens.


A. Open Import Scenarios process.


B. Select the Import Scenario(s) we need to schedule for execution and select the Action. Save It.


 C. Use the Schedule Button to create a schedule.


 D. Give it a Name and schedule options.


E. Finally you can specify some conditions, on when exactly trigger the scheduled import.


F. Save and Close the Automation Schedules screen.

Well if you wish to review the parameters, at any time just click View from Schedule button, it will bring you to the Automation Schedules screen again.

All the best,

Sergey.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

What is our Project Success Rate?

Hi Everyone,

Just heard some of the competition ERP vendors being sued by customers, this is of course very bad sign.
This leads to the question about Right's or Wrong's in a sales strategy, not just in product itself. For example. Over-promising will always lead to a low project success rate. Hiring wrong partners - the same. Using doubtful sales strategies (bulk sales, sales in advance etc.) will cause partners to become unhappy as well, by pushing them to sale more and implement worse.

So what is all about? Is it applicable to Acumatica? I would not use marketing BS here, just wanted to share my experience from partner meetings.

Being in Philippines with our partners. And now I wanted to share the Success Rate for implementation projects in ERP industry. There were reports suggesting that it is very low in the industry, overall.
Some people say it is as low as 50%
Chaos Report

NOT FOR ACUMATICA :)

Surprisingly what I found from Acumatica partners, success in our product implementation is much higher.
For some partners it is constant at stuggering 100%. Example Global Ideology Corporation.
3 years on the market, 6 finished projects, 100% success rate.
Average implementation cycle: 2 month.


So I would love to hear from you guys, being a partner, what is your Customer Happiness index, or Project Success Rate. In a very simple scale. Customer is happy or customer is not.
Just do a simple analysis, compare products if you sell competition.

All the best,
Sergey.

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Cloud Concept. Cambodia.

Hi Everyone,

Surprisingly Cambodia market grows very fast, and Cloud is much appreciated there.
Wanted to share some pictures from recent event in Phnom Penh.











Thanks to SunFix and personally Kosol Sieng.

All the best,
Sergey.

Friday, June 13, 2014

Acumatica seems to be the Fastest Web based ERP

Hi Everyone,

Let me propose a contest. Lets measure web based ERPs performance.
After we made multiple installation, demos and research, it seems that Acumatica is the fastest.
Not just fastest but far ahead of any other ERP that uses your browser as a mean of data entry.

I know, this post may look provocative, but I wish to see fair competition results!
Same as we see nowadays in Brazil World Cup :) fair play guys!
Contest please!

Rules are simple.

1. Take the file with 1000 lines of General Ledger transactions.
2. Import it into your ERP using either web services or any data import you have in it. Copy paste will do if you have it in your ERP.
3. Save the transaction.
4. Measure the result.

Below is the video on how it is done in Acumatica. Please take note I purposely make this batch imbalanced to test import process validation. As you may see at the end Debit and Credit for the batch is calculated properly and document require correction for the difference.

Here we go:

If you accept the challenge, please post at the comment your results. Thanks!

All the best,
Sergey.