ERP Financials Available from UNIT4 CODA and IT Systems Integrator

A partnership between UNIT4 CODA and Key Information Systems will help providers of enterprise resource planning (ERP) and financial management software in their fast changing organizations.

UNIT4 CODA strives to set the global standard for business solutions that enable companies to embrace change simply, quickly and cost effectively.

UNIT4 CODA is part of UNIT4, which is a $517 million global business software company that creates, delivers and supports adaptable business software and services to help organizations manage their business needs effectively.

Key Information Systems (Key Info) is a technology firm based in Woodland Hills, California specializing in security, storage management and business continuity.

Lief Morin, the president of Key Information Systems, says they pride themselves on offering the best-in-class products from only the best-in-class vendors. He recognizes the need for solutions that run reliably and perform beyond expectations for their clients.

Key Info Systems has been working with Fortune 500 firms for more than 10 years. They focus on delivering outstanding customer satisfaction by being keenly aware of clients’ needs and offering comprehensive ranges of support services.

Morin concluded that Coda Financials provides a critical alternative to big ERP in complex accounting environments. Businesses will not need to rip and replace the systems infrastructure that they have spent time and money maintaining.

Steven J. Pugh, CEO of UNIT4 CODA, says Key Info Systems achieves a high customer satisfaction rate over and over because it listens and responds to its customers.

Pugh also says the common connections between CODA and Key Info Systems are just two of the reasons UNIT4 CODA looks forward to working with Key Info to deliver award-winning Coda Financial Solutions.

Morin believes the partnership will empower clients with a real business advantage. They can adapt to change quickly and cost-effectively so they can stay focused on their business, not their infrastructure.

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