Long active with accountants in its home country of the Netherlands, Exact is building applications for firms in the United States. First out this summer is Exact Online Accountant, whose relationship to Exact Online is similar to the way QuickBooks lets accountants see into their clients' files and collaborate with them. Accountants will also be able to earn certification in Exact Online, says David Lechleitner, a product marketing principal for the software company.
UXC Eclipse is having great success in its global retail push, the company said this month. Cris Nicolli, managing director of the parent UXC Ltd., said the company had received more than $20 million Australian (about $15.5 million U.S.) in the retail market in North America and Australia. The exec said the effort began 24 months ago with support from Microsoft. UXC Eclipse ranked No. 5 on the Bob Scott's Insights Top 100 VARs for 2015 with $125 million in revenue.
SilverSun Technologies, parent to Sage reseller, SWK Technologies, has established a new website. It's much more interesting graphically than the old one, which was pretty staid. And it spells out many of the strategic points made by CEO Mark Meller in a recent investor presentation. For the mid-market channel and their supplies, the meat is in the section called "Business Focus" The first headline proclaims the company among the largest Sage X3 resellers in the country but also notes SilverSun is proud to handle Acumatica and NetSuite, suggesting it has had time to get comfortable with the two cloud applications.
The NexTec Group has picked up the Acumatica line. It's a good win for Acumatica. Seattle, Wash.-based NexTec is No. 30 on the Bob Scott's Insights Top 100 VARs for 2015 with $19.48 million in annual revenue. It was great timing that the press release on this broke the same day Nextec announced that it was honored for 2015 Best Business Partner for Migration for Sage X3 at the worldwide sales conference for that product in Istanbul, Turkey.