Jean Gea has a new post up on the Acumatica blog with a nice simple overview of how multi-company works in Acumatica. I blogged about this last year after taking the F300 Inter-Company Accounting (V3.0) course (cilck here). It looks like what they used to call companies, they are now calling entities. Acumatica is definitely in a good position to appeal to companies with multiple distinct business units because of how easy it is to deploy web-based technology and because of the strong multi-language support that Acumatica offers.
About Tim Rodman
After graduating from UCLA with a degree in Applied Mathematics, I started my career in downtown Los Angeles at Deloitte and Touche as an auditor. Now I'm a "recovering" CPA (inactive) and have been working in ERP since 2005. In 2011, my wife and I made a crazy decision to move from our home town of Southern California to Cleveland, Ohio where I managed the ERP system for a global Manufacturing company. Now we live in Columbus, Ohio and I work with a white-labeled version of the Acumatica product full-time. All the views expressed on this blog are my own. This is not in any way, shape, or form an official website for Acumatica.