Acumatica and CLA join forces to accelerate digital transformation for growth businesses

Acumatica has revealed a new reseller relationship with CliftonLarsonAllen LLP (CLA) to help provide CLA’s clients with comprehensive construction software for today’s digital economy.

A professional service firm based in the US, CLA provides deep industry specialization and integrated capabilities to private businesses and their owners.

With many of its construction clients undergoing or contemplating a digital transformation and seeking an ERP system to meet their needs, CLA recognized that it was able to fill those needs with Acumatica’s cloud ERP solution and market leadership.

CLA’s clients have already begun to implement Acumatica’s construction software, which offers payroll, financials, CRM, inventory and service management within one comprehensive, user-friendly solution.

Construction businesses can now access accurate project information at any time from any location and can use the following integrated applications: material requirements planning (MRP), production management, advanced planning and scheduling, order management, purchase order management, warehouse management system (WMS), project accounting, inventory management and bills of material routing.

Sanket Akerkar, chief revenue officer at Acumatica, said: “CLA’s size and range of industry experience is truly impressive and so is the strength of its client relationships. Our collaboration will help so many growth businesses — especially those in construction — to speed their digital transformation.”

Yassir Karam, CLA chief solutions officer, said: “Acumatica builds leading-edge, scalable software solutions for the construction, manufacturing, distribution, and commerce industries. We’re excited to collaborate with Acumatica to deliver these capabilities to our clients, helping them address productivity challenges, gain critical insights, and feel confident that their technology stack is designed just for their organization’s specific business processes.”