MYOB partners with ECA
- 18 January, 2013 09:34
Australian business management software provider, MYOB, has extended its commitment to local exporters by partnering with the Export Council of Australia (ECA) to offer its clients a range of the latter’s resources.
The agreement gives MYOB enterprise division customers access to ECA services and its support network, ECA membership rewards, events and other activities, and Australian Institute of Export products.
On the flipside, ECA members will receive information about and resources for MYOB Enterprise Solutions.
“We’re proud of our solid track record in helping medium-sized export businesses to more effectively manage key aspects of the business such as financial information, reduced costs, optimised inventory and stock control, job costing capabilities and alike,” MYOB enterprise division general manager, Andrew Birch, said.
About 35 per cent of MYOB’s existing clients are exporters and importers.
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