Mamut Software has introduced Mamut One, a suite of applications and services that the firm claims can deliver the complete IT requirements of small and medium sized businesses.
Available in the UK from Mamut and its reseller and channel partners, Mamut One includes financial management and payroll functions, contact management, purchasing and logistics apps, and even tools to create a web site and e-commerce presence.
The suite also provides access to online versions of Microsoft tools, such as a hosted Exchange email server, SharePoint and Live Meeting.
This mixture of software plus services means that customers can keep business-critical data on-premise, while sales and marketing information can be hosted in the cloud for easy access by travelling sales staff or outside office hours, according to the firm.
"Mamut One provides everything a small business needs while boosting agility and business efficiency. Plus, the easy to use interface ensures that staff can concentrate on successfully completing day-to-day business activity rather than having to focus on tedious IT processes and problems," said Mamut UK country manager Bryan Richter.
An integrated solution also means that customers have fewer suppliers for their IT, saving time and money compared with purchasing each application or service separately, the company said.
Mamut One pricing starts at a one-off licence fee of £1,190 for a single user, with additional users at £890 each. The service elements are delivered on gold, silver or bronze packages at a monthly rate, with bronze costing £54 for the first user and £39 for each additional user.
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