This article (published by BatchMaster) shows the evolution of the currently branded BatchMaster product, excluding the Sage sale:

Alternatively, this article focuses on what happened to the Sage (Platinum for Windows) evolution:

Both articles show different perspectives on how the current BatchMaster software evolved (and hinted at how it leveraged the reputation of its more famous retired cousin product Platinum by Sage Software). While Platinum and BatchMaster once shared a common code base (and decades later continue to share a VERY similar database structure), Sage tabled Platinum in favor of its other ERP offerings while BatchMaster Software has grown and adapted its version into the modern software space.

BatchMaster has integrations into most mid-market ERP packages but has a special integration with SAP Business One and has leveraged the SAP platform to create an OEM version of BatchMaster (along with its discrete manufacturing package OptiProERP) within the Business One toolset.

In early 2020, Acumatica and BatchMaster/eWorkplace announced an Acumatica-framework-based version of BatchMaster, scheduled to be released in late 2020.

In early 2020, Acumatica and BatchMaster/eWorkplace announced an Acumatica-framework-based version of BatchMaster, scheduled to be released in late 2020.

Xcellerated Solutions has over 15 years of experience with BatchMaster implementation and support, BatchMaster integration and customization development, and report and data analysis (BI) building. If you’re using BatchMaster, are considering purchasing BatchMaster, or need help with any aspect of BatchMaster and/or ERP systems, we’re here to help!

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