ABM is based around a core package with a range of modules which can be activated in addition to provide additional and industry specific functionality.
This enables ABM modules to be selected based on the requirements of your business without the need to purchase system functions that you will not utalise. The design also provides scalability such that additional modules can be added at any point into the future.
This design is summaried in the images below. Some examples of additional modules are manufacturing (bill-of-materials and production), e-commerce, import costing and point-of-sale.
1. All ABM systems begin with the core accounting system, used as a stand-alone system or as a base to attach optional modules. This is available in two editions, Small Business and Enterprise, with a range of payment plans, making it an affordable option for any business.
2. You then can choose which optional modules you need based on you’re businesses requirements, creating a customised solution for your business.
Choose from a range of Complete Industry Solutions, where packages are pre-configured with recommended optional modules for businesses involved in specific industries. Packages are able to be altered to suit a client's needs.
3. In the future if you need to expand your system, ABM provides a flexible framework to add any optional module, additional users or upgrade to the Enterprise version.