BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Exact Online, the business software partner for small business manufacturers and wholesale distributors, has announced the official opening of its U.S. headquarters and the appointment of Steve Leavitt as its new GM of U.S. Cloud Solutions. This coincides with the start of Exact Online’s limited release program, a controlled release of the company’s cloud-based software to manufacturers and wholesale distributors across the U.S.
“Exact has a three-decade long track record of serving manufacturers and wholesale distributors from two-person operations to multinational corporations”
Steve Leavitt, an industry veteran with more than 14 years of experience helping businesses implement cloud/SaaS technology, is overseeing the rapid growth of Exact Online from its new U.S. headquarters outside Boston. Exact Online is part of Exact, a global company with more than 30 years of experience in manufacturing and wholesale software, serving more than 100,000 customers worldwide and 10,000 in the U.S.
“Exact has a three-decade long track record of serving manufacturers and wholesale distributors from two-person operations to multinational corporations,” said Steve Leavitt. “We’re excited to bring this experience to small businesses, partnering with them to ensure that they too can capitalize on the tremendous time and cost savings of cloud-enabled technology.”
Exact Online provides cloud-based software that integrates with QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Desktop to enable modern manufacturing and wholesale distribution. The software streamlines tasks such as logistics, CRM, production and inventory management, bridging the gap between financial software and manufacturing/wholesale distribution processes. The seamless integration with financial software also creates new opportunities for QuickBooks and accounting advisors to offer even greater efficiencies and profit opportunities to their clients and prospects. The integration provides a more comprehensive view of the business, allowing advisors to offer better insight and advice to clients.
“’Made in the USA’ is making a comeback,” added Leavitt. “Small business manufacturers and wholesale distributors now have a tremendous opportunity to capitalize on this U.S. economic recovery, and we are committed to helping them do just that. The time to rejuvenate with technology is now, not only to ride this wave to maximum profitability, but also to build a new infrastructure that can withstand inevitable dips in the future.”
Exact Online recently started a limited release of its cloud-based software to U.S. manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers and accountants. Although the limited release program is fully underway, the company is still accepting requests, and interested businesses can inquire about the program by signing up at www.exactonline.com.