Sergey reminds us that Acumatica supports the latest version of Microsoft SQL Server (2014). This is the kind of stuff that you get when you go with a modern ERP platform like Acumatica. They support other modern tools like the latest version of Microsoft SQL Server. For those who don’t know what Microsoft SQL Server is, it’s the engine that powers most of the mid-market ERP systems. SAP and Oracle (the top ERP systems) have their own database engines, but most everyone else uses Microsoft SQL Server to store their data.
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.
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