A few months ago, Christian Lindberg posted about Acumatica and the Millennial Generation (formerly known as Generation Y).
It reminded me of the Esurance commercials, “born on the web, raised by technology” (click here). I like his point that “Acumatica’s technology was built from scratch in the millennial years.” Acumatica is not an older product getting a Facelift or a Botox injection.
Acumatica was born less than 10 years ago: it’s brand new. Yes, that means it isn’t as mature as the older ERP products out there, but it does have the strength and vigor of youth, born in an age where computer applications are built for web browsers, not for operating systems.
I barely squeaked into the millennial generation (I was born in 1981). So, I’m old enough to have had early childhood years full of playing outside (year-round since I grew up in San Diego). We rode bikes and roller blades, played roller hockey and football in the street, and played baseball in an old neighborhood dirt lot using a ball made of old socks and duct tape. We went camping, fishing, played in the sand at the beach during the Summer, played in the snow in the mountains during the Winter, and generally went around without wearing any socks or shoes. [Read more…]