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NexGen now an Accounting Seed Implementation Provider
Posted By:  Maria Kelley
Friday, April 22, 2016

NexGen is pleased to announce that it is an Accounting Seed implementation firm.  Accounting Seed is a comprehensive accounting and order management application that is both 100% native to the platform and fully integrated into Salesforce CRM. The application was designed by a team of professionals with combined domain expertise in Accounting, CRM, ERP, and developing robust custom solutions for the platform.  Accounting Seed is a horizontal offering providing all industries with an easy-to-manage back office solution.   It  has robust financial suite of core and project cost accounting tools, and order management features available in one package.

About Accounting Seed, Inc.

Accounting Seed is a 100% Native Accounting and Order Management application built from the ground up exclusively for the platform. Our goal is to allow customers to build world-class business management solutions on the platform with a reliable and affordable accounting, order, and inventory management package seamlessly integrated. We combine CRM and Order Management with more flexibility than any other application.  For further information, visit

Please contact NexGen to discuss how implementing Accounting Seed can give your organization a seamless solution for all of your business and reporting needs.


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