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Exact Offers Exact Online JobBOSS, Cloud ERP for SMBs
Exact, a provider of software solutions for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), introduced Exact Online JobBOSS. Exact Online JobBOSS has a different

woodworking business software  such as metal fabrication, woodworking, rubber/plastics, machine building, and printing. It features anywhere, anytime real-time access through a Web browser to quotes, manufacturing processes, customer information, and business financials. Available in basic and advanced versions, Exact Online JobBOSS is offered through flexible monthly subscriptions. As a business grows it can add locations and users. Monthly pricing starts at $299 for the first user and $19 for each additional user.   Exact Online

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Business Performance Management

Business performance management (BPM) enables organizations to translate strategies into plans, monitor execution, and provide insight needed to manage and improve financial and operational performance. This knowledge base covers scorecards, dashboards, business activity monitoring, and more.  

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