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JCurve targets large business with MYOB Advanced ERP deal

21 Feb 17

JCurve Solutions has added MYOB to its ERP solutions portfolio in a deal which sees the Sydney-based cloud technology company selling, implementing and supporting MYOB Advanced cloud ERP software for larger businesses.

Stephen Canning, JCurve Solutions chief executive, says MYOB Advanced offers the company new opportunities to deliver tailored solutions for clients.

MYOB is a locally hosted end-to-end ERP system covering inventory, sales, distribution, CRM, finance and payroll.

“With Advanced, we now feel JCS is better placed to provide customers with a choice of their preferred cloud ERP platform to best suit their specific business requirements,” Canning says.

“MYOB have a pedigree as a leading provider of business solutions with which we’re thrilled to be associated.

“With MYOB’s continuing investment in developing the product specifically for the needs of Australian and New Zealand businesses, we feel we’ve enhanced JCS’ capabilities.”

The company has more than 550 ERP implementations and says the expertised developed delivering customised ERP solutions based on best practice will be leveraged to implement and support the MYOB Advanced platform as a certified MYOB partner.

Carolyn Luey, MYOB general manager of enterprise solutions, says JCS is ‘one of the most experienced implementers of cloud ERP solutions in the market today and will make a valuable addition to MYOB’s network of local business partners in the mid-market’ and enhance the vendor’s ability to service demand in the market.

JCurve is also a five-star NetSuite solution provider and has the exclusive licensing agreement to design, develop and suport a NetSuite small business product.

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