Acumatica expands channel focus with new Services Partner Program

Acumatica, the world’s fastest-growing cloud ERP company, has unveiled the creation of a new Services Partner Program that will bolster its expanding ecosystem of customer support and engagement joining a robust list of Value-Added Resellers (VARs) and Independent Software Vendors (ISVs).

The new program will enable Services Partners to help Acumatica customers implement and apply their ERP software by providing configuration, development, and technical consultations and customizations. Implementation specialists work with and enhance Acumatica’s VARs and ISVs.

Service Partners will be considered “industry authorized” after completing two successful implementations of an Acumatica Cloud ERP industry edition, a designation that authenticates their technical knowledge and capabilities when implementing each of Acumatica’s Editions.

CJ Boguszewski, Acumatica’s vice president of partner strategy and programs, said: “We are delighted to welcome Services Partners into our industry-leading, mid-market ERP ecosystem. Industry-authorized partners will play a vital role in supporting the rapid growth of Acumatica’s customer base. This program evolution allows customers to focus on business benefits and access a broader range of partners that deliver specialized, high-quality services in their areas of expertise. By creating the Services Partner Program, Acumatica again demonstrates its commitment to unlocking better, faster customer time to value.”

Tracy Bell, associate vice president at Tilson, said, “Tilson is on a mission to take on new and complex challenges and create a meaningful impact for our customers. Our team has been developing business processes and implementing construction software solutions since 1997. As we’ve grown, we’ve widened our capabilities to serve construction companies. As an Authorized Acumatica Services Partner, Tilson will broaden its offerings and have the credentials to provide implementation services to all Acumatica construction customers.”