Exact Globe Next is an integrated hybrid financial and enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution that helps small and midsize businesses to manage their financial operations and routines and integrate data and processes across locations and departments. It offers users features such as accounting, inventory management, billing and invoicing, financial reporting and more.
Exact Globe Next can be deployed either on-premise on hosted in the cloud. It can be accessed via multiple devices such as mobile phones and tablets. The solution notifies users whenever there is an action item needing attention and lets them communicate updated information across the organization. It also allows managers to designate role-based access rights to each employee and lets them check on projects and updates on the dashboard in real-time. Exact Globe Next is also capable of supporting multiple currencies and languages.
Services are offered on a monthly subscription basis. Perpetual license for a one-time fee is also provided that includes support via phone, email and other online resources.
Emilia from Webinterpret
Specialty: Accounting / CPA
Easily editable set-up: chart of accounts, vendors, clients can be defined to a high level of detail, including payment data, offsetting accounts, VAT reporting. Usability of the interface is to be acclaimed - intuitive features like establishing favourite transactions, just clicking on the item to get to the bottom-level.
The fact that setting up some features blocks other features, e.g. deciding to use certain journal types blocks comprehensive VAT reporting.
Check thoroughly your own processes on a test base provided by consulatants and allow at least two months to have dry-runs of these processes so that you have some time to adapt them to Exact's specifics.
Peter from Starred
Employees number: 11-50 employees
Exact does what it says on the tin. It tracks your accounts. Great features are the ability to automatically send your VAT returns to the Dutch Belastingdienst, and the bank account integration with e.g. ABN Amro.
Adding advanced finance features, such as receipt scanning software, isn't available or needs to be sourced externally. Budgeting is clunky.
Tiffany from Jessica's Brick Oven
Employees number: 51-200 employees
What I like most about this software if how it sets up your company for success. Its structure holds users accountable and "forces" the correct steps to be taken, in the correct order. Shortcuts can sometimes lead to mistakes and I think this program is built to lessen if not eliminate those issues.
What I like least about the software was the initial setup. While not necessarily Exact's fault, how much extra info is needed for every piece is daunting. Example: ever single part/ingredient/item needs multiple defining codes and/or "locations". When parsing info, it's useful, but going from not needed that info in precious software and having to learn (plus enter) new codes, was not fun.
Jon from EI Microcircuits
Employees number: 201-500 employees
Support is usually very prompt at getting back to us. Interface may not be the most intuative but is very usable and works for what you need.
Some of the features are a little bit dated, but that is to be expected with lots of ERP software. Because of limited usage in the wild, hard to intigrate with some other applications.