FoodMaven taps Acumatica, Big Data to transform the Food System.
The RIC Group's WMS TBO4 seamlessly connecting to Acumatica for FoodMaven. Read the case study here. An Open API being one of the key reasons FoodMaven selected Acumatica.
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FoodMaven chose Acumatica for its inventory visibility, innovative pricing, and the software’s ability to connect easily to third-party applications such as its e-commerce software. It provided “the amount of flexibility we wanted and the pricing we needed,” says Lems.
Acumatica’s pricing structure lets a company add short-term users, suppliers, and customers without paying for additional licenses. The cost is based on the features and resources used, not on the number of users who access the system.
“The pricing was very attractive,” Lems says. “One of the things we have to consider is our strategy to become a national player. As we look across the locations we want to move into, we won’t have to worry about the number of users and budget for that.”
“We love having Acumatica in the cloud,” he adds. “That means we don’t have to host it ourselves, have on-site hardware and redundant systems, or perform backups ourselves.”
Lems was also impressed with Acumatica’s ability to seamlessly connect to third party applications it uses, such as the e-commerce application OroCommerce, Hubspot, WMS TBO4, and its home-grown delivery application. “Being able to make generic inquiries tie into specific APIs is super powerful,” he says.
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