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Nurturing the Cloud Ecosystem at the Acumatica Partner Summit 2014—Part One
TEC's P.J. Jakovljevic recently attended the Acumatica Partner Summit 2014 in Denver, Colorado, where the cloud ERP vendor’s partner ecosystem gathered to

costes navision axapta  intermediate ISV Solution level costs the ISV $6,000 (USD) a year, but the additional benefits are three development, test, and demo sandboxes; 16 hours of remote training webinars and 3 hours of classroom training; 8 hours of developer support; and the certification (evaluation of the solution).   Finally, the top ISV Partner level for $24,000 (USD) a year avails the ISV with ten development, test, and demo sandboxes; free use of Acumatica to run its own business; 24 hours of remote training webinars

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By harnessing .NET possibly more zealously than its creator Microsoft’s Great Plains and Navision enterprise counterparts, and while difficult market conditions continue to persist, Epicor might be showing us that ‘a brave heart and wise mind’ can keep it in the mid-market leadership race amongst aslew of formidable opponents.

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Microsoft Axapta: Design Factors Shape System Usage Part One: User Interface and Customization


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