Government

Government has its own set of requirements and methods of doing things that are different than the private sector.  Scalability, operational efficiency, strict reporting requirements, user security roles and permissions, and adherence to state and federal laws and guidelines creates its own set of challenges from local municipalities to state and federal organizations.

At EIS, we are proud to be a certified "Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business" and a certified "Texas Historically Underutilized Business".

If you are looking for an ERP solution for your organization, EIS recommends:

Why Acumatica for Government?

Configurable and Customizable

Hundreds of out-of-the box features that can be configured and customized.

Acumatica has a wide variety of features and functions that cover many different accounting features that you would expect in an ERP.  It includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Accounts Payable
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Cash Management
  • Time and Expense
  • General Ledger with Accounts and Subaccounts
  • Multi-Branch and Multi-Entity
  • Project Accounting
  • Fixed Assets
  • Multi-Currency
  • Taxes
  • Contract Management
  • eCommerce
  • CRM
  • Customizable
  • Integration
  • Import/Export Automation Routines
  • Workflow, Approvals, and Event Automation
  • Deferred Revenue
  • Inventory Management
  • Sales Order Management
  • Purchase Order Management, including Purchase Requests and Requisitions
  • Shipping and Fulfillment
  • Case Management
  • Equipment Mangement
  • Routing
  • Manufacturing
  • Construction

Acumatica is also a platform that can be customized.  The entire source code is available to you and is written on the Microsoft stack (C#).  This allows you to extend and customize Acumatica to your needs in way that can be easily upgraded when new versions of Acumatica are released.

Flexible Licensing and Deployment

Acumatica can be installed on your own servers, private cloud, partner hosted, or offered as a cloud-based solution.

With Acumatica, you choose where and how you want your software deployed, and how you want to purchase it.  Licenses can be purchased as a SaaS Subscription, Private Cloud Subscription, or a Private Perpetual License.  It is the same exact software regardless of how it is purchased.

Acumatica has a unique pricing model that rivals its competition.

With Acumatica, you pay only for what you use.  There are no per-user fees.  Everyone in your organization can have access to the system with the proper security roles and permissions.  Acumatica believes that everyone in your company needs up-to-date and accurate information to make the best decisions. That’s why Acumatica's pricing structure lets you add as many users as you want without paying additional fees. Your cost is based on the features and resources that you choose to utilize, not on the number of users who access the system.

Access Anywhere from Any Device

Users instantly up-and-running on a fully mobile solution; oversee workflows, grant approvals, and log expenses from anywhere; leverage the unique capabilities of your iPhone and Android devices such as the camera or fingerprint reader.

With Acumatica, you have a truly modern, state-of-the-art system.  You can choose how and when users access the system.  It's a web-based interface with a responsive design that works on multiple browsers and devices.  And, a customizable mobile app allows for access to features that you choose from smaller iOS and Android devices.

Enhanced Security Options

Multiple authentication options and granular user roles and permissions.

In addition to controlling access with your own firewalls for on-premise or private cloud deployments, Acumatica supports multiple authentication options and can integrate with third-party authentication providers (e.g. SAML).  You can choose your provider and integrate authentication services such as two-factor authentication or RSA secure ids.

Every feature, function, screen, process, field, control, and report can be controlled granularly by creating roles and permissions.  Acumatica uses an inheritance role model that allows you to take either an implicit or explicit definition of user roles so you can control exactly what users can see and do.