1Retail director Brynt Moggach.
February 18, 2020
1Retail, a modern hybrid cloud-based point-of-sale (PoS) and retail management solution, has been approved as an Acumatica Certified Application (ACA) for version 2019 R2.
The solution is customer-centric, eliminates all of the challenges associated with legacy PoS legacy systems, and enables rapid and cost-effective deployment with a low total cost of ownership.
1The retail director Brynt Moggach is honored to receive this kind of recognition from the Acumatica developers themselves. "This is evidence of the strength of our applications and resources, as well as the depth of our integration with the Acumatica platform."
In 2019, 1Retail achieved the technical validation for MYOB Advanced 2019 R1, so that customers in the ANZ region can use 1Retail as a modern PoS solution for their company.
“1Retail is easy to use, quick to deploy, and works in most retail industries. It was developed on the platform and works exclusively with Acumatica and MYOB Advanced. Acumatica is sold in Australia and New Zealand as MYOB Advanced, ”he adds.
According to Christian Lindberg, Vice President Partner Solutions at Acumatica, customers who want to stay competitive need flexible and responsive technologies to implement their long-term business strategies.
“Our Acumatica Certified Application Label is designed to help customers find applications that make this possible. We are proud to recognize 1Retail as an Acumatica certified application. The Acumatica platform is used masterfully to meet customers' growing business needs, ”he explains.
To become certified, 1Retail has demonstrated its commitment to quality by passing the Acumatica software test and targeting future Acumatica roadmap versions. The ACA title highlights outstanding development partners whose applications have met the highest standards for the integration and functionality of Acumatica.
"With our suite of improvements and Acumatica's solid foundation, I believe the sky is the limit for 1Retail," concludes Moggach.
Source: IT public relations.