Abacus is an owner-managed Swiss software company that employs around 460 people. For over three decades it has developed successful business software.
Abacus was founded in 1985 by three University of St. Gallen graduates who are currently still active in the company. With more than 100,000 software modules sold and more than 42,000 customers, Abacus is the largest and most successful independent Swiss provider of business software to small and mid-sized companies. The Abacus Research Inc. headquarters is located in Wittenbach-St. Gallen. Other offices are located in Biel, Thalwil, Munich and Hamburg.
Abacus G4Product & Cloud Service show product detailhide product detail
For the fourth generation of Abacus software, the user interface has been completely redesigned and features a clean, modern design. The user interface of "G4" can be individually adapted to your own needs and operated even more intuitively. The improved clarity and the freely customisable desktop contribute to greater efficiency. The users themselves define how the software best supports them in their work.
Abacus is a completely new ERP-software developed in Internet architecture. It is particularly characterized by its scalability and role-based user concept, multilingualism and support of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). It can also be used on different platforms.
General Administrative ,
Online Analytical Processing (OLAP)
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Cloud Business Software for small businesses - save paper and postage costs. 21.AbaNinja helps you create and send VAT-compliant invoices, reminders and quotes online. Thanks to end-to-end digitalisation, your financial information is always up-to-date.
General Office Automation,
General Enterprise Ressource Planning (ERP),
Mit HRM2 kommt ein Buchhaltungsstandard zum Einsatz, der neue Einsichten in die Finanzen von Städten und Gemeinden erlaubt. Erste Erfahrungen sammelte man im Kanton Aargau mit Abacus Business Software.
Durch den Einsatz von E-Rechnungen sollen die Verwaltungskosten sinken. In der Schweiz nimmt die Energiebranche eine Vorreiterrolle ein und setzt zusammen mit Abacus und Innosolv auf medienbruchfreie Automatisierung für Geschäfts- und Privatkunden.