Welcome to the newest blog post in this series of Localizations news! Today we will highlight a feature we have worked on for Vietnam.
Now that you know what Localizations are all about, and you’ve read the first updates in this series, it is time for the next Localizations news update.
The solution teams at Exact Cloud Solutions never stop working on new innovations for Exact Online. Why not take a look at some of the projects they are working on right now? Most are expected to be released over the coming months. This blog highlights the innovations for the Accountancy solutions.
In this blog post we introduced the world of Localizations to you. From now on we will keep you posted about the developments within Exact with respect to Localizations.
The shop orders in Exact for Manufacturing allow for four types of material management transactions: material issues, product receipts, by-product receipts and issues to parent (a suborder that yields a subassembly to a parent order). All these transactions are now supported by REST API endpoints. Moreover, for each of these transactions a reversal process is supported by the API as well. These REST APIs allow developers to execute material management transactions from within their own apps.
Today we release a new version of Exact Event Manager which includes fixes for several issues reported by our customers. Next to that this new version will support Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 as a supported operating system to run Exact Event Manager on.
After a successful Controlled Release period, Central Master Data Management (CMDM) on Exact Lightweight Integration Server (ELIS) is generally available.
Did you consider the impact when someone steals your account names and passwords via phishing? Well, we do. By using 2-Step Verification we help you as an user of Exact Online to avoid misuse of your account by phishing or malware.
Because security is key for Exact, we introduce 2-Step Verification: an additional layer of security for all users of Exact Online.
Besides the regular username and password login of Exact Online a second, unique code is required. This unique code is randomly generated by an app on your smartphone that supports the Time-Based One-Time Password (TOTP) protocol, like Google Authenticator.
An administrator or manager is able to oblige users to activate 2-Step Verification for their users. As well the administrator is able to disable the feature for his users.
2-Step Verification verifies the identity of an user that logs into Exact Online by requiring the user to supply their existing password and a second, unique randomly generated code by for example the Google Authenticator app on their smartphone, when they log in.
This innovation is now in Controlled Release and will be available from August 2016 for free for all Exact Online users in all countries.
As of today Exact Synergy product update 257 and Exact Globe product update 412 are generally available. These product updates offer several new functions and improvements.