The gaming industry has rules that vary
from country to country and state to state.
So it’s not surprising that at the top of
Ainsworth’s ERP check-list was the ability for
the solution to be configured to take into
account these geographical business issues.
ERP and overseas
With an established legacy in the Australian
market, Ainsworth had a vision to open an
off-shoot in Las Vegas and needed an ERP
system equipped to support the process.
Their ERP system already had users
spanning all areas including service, sales,
administration, manufacturing, finance and
Once an ERP system is in place you don’t
want to start from scratch when it comes
time to expand internationally.
Have the foresight to chose a system that
can adapt to different local business issues.
Ensuring your Yen,
Euros and Dollars
all make sense
Headquartered in Sydney, Australia,
Ainsworth’s International offices include the
US, Europe, NZ, Macau and South America.
Expanding internationally doesn’t just
mean considering different markets —
it means different currencies and
different accounting standards.
Ensure your ERP system supports Multiple
Reporting Currencies (MRC). MRC helps
you meet IFRS standards (international
accounting standards adopted by 120+
nations) by recording the details of a
transaction and having it represented in
any number of alternate currencies.
Having a local ERP vendor that can sit down
with you and discuss options face to face is
great. But it pays to think ahead and go with
a system that can grow with you, both at
home and overseas.
Pronto and it’s partners have offices in
Australia, New Zealand, US, Canada,
Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Indonesia,
PNG and South Africa, and our clients
operate in even more diverse markets.
You can download the full case study here.
If you’re thinking about ERP and operate in
mulitple countries (or would one day like to)
talk to Pronto today about how we can help.