The next MYOB Exo product roadmap has revealed MYOB’s major areas of investment focus for Exo Business through to 2020 and beyond.
MYOB will expand its development team through 2018 – 2019 to help accelerate the delivery of new development initiatives for Exo, says Enprise’s Southern Region Sales Manager, Peter Chung.
“MYOB is investing heavily to extend the automation capabilities of Exo,” he says.
This major development focus includes streamlining sales and purchase order processing, with smarter stock replenishment rules and better management of exceptions. Integral to this work are planned enhancements to serial and batch number tracking, and business alerts. Job costing is also getting plenty of attention with planned improvements to revenue recognition, contracts management and tighter integration with sales order processes. The Serviceable Units module will soon be able to track the usage of owned fixed assets, warranty information and asset service history.
Reporting and analytics are other key development areas, with an emphasis on ‘self-serve’ reporting that can be delivered equally well via the cloud, desktop or mobile.
“MYOB has committed to continuously enhance MYOB Exo Business, including ever broadening its capability to interact with third party products,” Peter Chung says.
“If there’s something you particularly want or need, talk to us. We’ll know if there is a feature either completed or planned that will help you. We can talk you through the roadmap. We also log your feedback to strengthen the roadmap itself.”
If you’re running an older version of MYOB Exo you may not have caught up with recent enhancements to automate bank data feeds and allow a wide range of business alerts to make sure – for example – that sales orders have appropriate margins.
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