Mamut the financial software provider, has unveiled a business package that
incorporates in-house and online software for small and medium-sized businesses.
Mamut One was designed in response to company requests for a multifunctional
package that incorporates, finance, HR, customer relationship management,
purchasing and logistic tools.
Customers of Mamut One are also able to build their own website and access
Microsoft online tools without the users having to make substantial investments
in their current technology infrastructure.
Bryan Richter, UK MD said: “Companies want to consolidate their back office
IT requirements with their front end IT by using solutions which can help them
save on time and cost.”
“As the recession lifts, small businesses need to position their IT
investments properly to grow quickly and smoothly,” he added.
Scott Dodd, general manager of SME’s & Partners Group at Microsoft Corp
said: “The solution combines Mamut’s Business Software client, hosting services,
and Microsoft technologies to deliver increased choice to customers –
simplifying use and management of their business software and IT services.”
“Our Software plus Services model is ideal for small and medium businesses as
it provides the optimum combination of flexibility and reliability, with the
capability to scale with business needs,” he added.
Mamut One fees start at a one-off licence for £1,190 for a single under with
additional users priced at £890 each.
Maintenance service is set out in a gold, silver or bronze package with
bronze charging £54 per month for the first user and £39pm per additional user
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