Forrester has released a comprehensive report on the economic impact of Acumatica on businesses. This insightful report is now available for free download. Acumatica stands out with its exceptional customer approval ratings, particularly for its user-friendly interface. It’s clear that Acumatica is not just your average ERP system – it goes beyond mere number crunching to deliver exceptional results.

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Forrester Published Their Report on Acumatica’s Economic Impact on User’s Businesses

We have highlighted a few key points from Forrester’s extensive research on the quantifiable benefits of using Acumatica: 

  • Customers reported that migrating to Acumatica was quick and stayed within budget, taking three to five months. They were pleasantly surprised to find that the costs were much lower compared to other ERP implementations they had experienced before.
  • Those surveyed were particularly impressed with Acumatica’s usage-based licensing model, which reduced their licensing costs. This allowed them to grow their user base without incurring additional fees per user.
  • Many highlighted they found great value in consolidating their business operations under one centralized ERP solution. They were pleased to discover that minimal customizations and integrations were needed to meet their specific needs.
  • By optimizing their inventory management, increasing quote accuracy, reducing labour costs, and adjusting their sales mix, these customers improved their gross margin by 15% by Year 3.
  • The customers experienced a 15% increase in sales volume by Year 3, thanks to accelerated production timelines, equipping sellers with better information and higher-quality leads, and targeting their most valuable customers.
  • By effectively measuring the effectiveness of their campaigns and channels and reallocating their spending accordingly, these surveyed were able to save 10% of their digital marketing budget.
  • Many were thrilled to automate numerous time-consuming and error-prone tasks across their organizations. This resulted in impressive operational efficiency gains of 45% and improved employee satisfaction.