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RMIT links up with leading ERP company

Released at: 09:30, 07/10/2015

RMIT links up with leading ERP company

Acumatica's business management applications to be used in undergraduate programs.

by Hoai An

RMIT University Vietnam and Acumatica, the fastest-growing cloud ERP (enterprise resource planning) company in the world, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) yesterday to develop the next generation of graduates who will lead Vietnam’s future business and management needs.

“RMIT Vietnam is focused on grooming highly employable graduates who have practical industry skills and the ability to think critically and creatively,” said the Head of the Centre of Commerce and Management at RMIT Vietnam, Professor Raymond Gordon.

“We collaborate with the most progressive international companies today to groom the brightest young talent in Vietnam who can help businesses leverage technology for long-term growth,” he said.

This first collaboration between RMIT Vietnam and Acumatica will see knowledge-sharing between Acumatica’s technology experts and the University’s students, lecturers and researchers. Students will also benefit from hands-on use of Acumatica’s cloud ERP software, which is currently used by customers in 30 countries worldwide to manage their operations and drive profitability.

“We believe that this will create demand for the next generation of IT, finance, and business management talent - a group of specialists who operate at the intersection of business and technology,” said Mr. Laurent Dedenis, President of International Operations at Acumatica. “At Acumatica we hope to nurture these specialists through this unique collaboration with RMIT Vietnam.”

Both RMIT Vietnam and Acumatica will also work jointly on developing collaborative research and academic materials to increase students’ exposure to the technology needs in real-life business environments.

Expected to span five years, the collaboration will be managed jointly by RMIT Vietnam’s Centre of Commerce and Management and Acumatica. The University expects that close to 3,000 commerce, business, and IT undergraduates stand to benefit from the collaboration.

RMIT University Vietnam is the Asian campus of the Melbourne-based RMIT University. With two campuses in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City it offers programs in the business, technology, and creative areas and boasts an impressive range of extra-curricular activities that encourage students to break new ground in their areas of interest.

Acumatica is a leading provider of cloud business management software that empowers small and medium-sized enterprises to unlock their potential and drive growth. Built on the world’s best cloud and mobile technology and a unique customer-centric licensing model, Acumatica delivers a suite of fully integrated business management applications, such as Financials, Distribution, CRM, and Project Accounting, on a robust and flexible platform. In an interconnected world, Acumatica enables customers to take full control of their businesses, play to their organizations’ unique strengths, and support their clients by following them anywhere on any device.

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