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Exact Online Launches on Intuit’s QuickBooks Apps.com

Exact, the business software partner for small business manufacturers and wholesale distributors, today announced the acceptance of the Exact Online application and its launch on QuickBooks Apps.com. This represents the completion of a rigorous technical, security and market review of the seamless integration between Exact Online and QuickBooks. Exact’s application is now available for download through QuickBooks Apps.com at http://apps.com.

“Our software, which integrates seamlessly with QuickBooks, was designed specifically for small manufacturers and wholesale distributors in the U.S. to help them operate more efficiently and profitably,” said Steve Leavitt, GM of U.S. Cloud Solutions at Exact. “We’ve received a tremendous amount of positive feedback from early adopters of our software and are thrilled to now offer it to the entire QuickBooks ecosystem.”

By passing Intuit’s rigorous technical, security and market reviews, Exact is integrated in the most seamless, secure way possible, giving users peace of mind that when using Exact in conjunction with QuickBooks, their information is available and secure. As part of Intuit’s market review, Exact shared the company’s positioning and target market, while demonstrating market-readiness.

“Intuit is committed to creating an open platform where customers have the ability to customize QuickBooks to meet their specific business needs,” said Greg Ott, VP Marketing, QuickBooks Online. “Including Exact Online on QuickBooks Apps.com will provide another trusted solution that works seamlessly together with QuickBooks for our customers with specific manufacturing and wholesale needs.”

Exact Online software integrates seamlessly with QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Desktop, bridging the gap between common manufacturing and wholesale distribution tasks and traditional accounting functions. The software streamlines tasks such as production and inventory management, logistics and CRM. The software replaces disparate systems and manual processes, giving business owners a 360-degree view of their businesses while enabling accountants to become even more trusted advisors to their clients.

Exact Online is a product of Exact, a global company with 30 years of experience in manufacturing and wholesale software, serving more than 100,000 customers worldwide and 10,000 in the U.S. Small business manufacturers and wholesale distributors in the U.S. can access a free trial of Exact Online software at http://www.exactonline.com/pricing/trial.

Exact

Exact is your trusted advisor and a leading provider of business solutions for small- to medium-sized (SMB) manufacturing and distribution companies. Since 1984, Exact has been serving SMBs with information technology to launch and grow their businesses. As a global solution provider with more than 1,800 employees worldwide, Exact helps more than 100,000 local and international companies run their business every day. Exact is headquartered in Delft, the Netherlands and has been listed on the NYSE Euronext Amsterdam since June 1999. The company’s revenues in 2013 amounted to €213 million. In the U.S., Exact's business unit, Cloud Solutions, is headquartered in Newton, MA.

Exact Online offers the advantage of flexible cloud delivery to enable customers to quickly and cost-effectively streamline time-consuming tasks such as logistics, CRM, production and inventory management, so business owners can focus on growing their businesses. The platform, available via affordable monthly subscription, integrates seamlessly with QuickBooks.

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