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December 2, 2010

UNIT4 unveils new products for Agresso, Coda financials ERPs

New cloud deployment option, a new product release roadmap and BLINC e-learning partner plug-in

By CBR Staff Writer

UNIT4, a provider of ERP and financial management software for organisations, has unveiled a new array of software products, partner plug-ins and cloud deployment options for both its Agresso Business World ERP offering and its Coda financials software line over the next two years.

UNIT4 is planning the launch of three products as part of the group’s Independence strategy, which include a new cloud deployment option for Coda Financials, called ‘Coda Cloud Rebel’; and a new product release roadmap for the Agresso Business World ERP line, branded ‘Route 66.

It also includes a new "Businesses Living IN Change" (BLINC) e-learning partner plug-in for both the Agresso and Coda Financials products, named ‘Topaz,’ which will be part of UNIT4’s next-generation compatibility programme entitled ‘Color Your App’.

UNIT4 is promoting a new global technology strategy called ‘Independence’, aimed at enabling corporate and government agencies transform business change into business opportunity.

The Independence strategy builds on the post-implementation change capabilities of Agresso’s Vita architecture, and the interoperability in Coda’s Link architecture.

The company’s mission is to enable these organisations embrace change, both by reducing the costs associated with software changes needed to support business change, and by using the technology to react to business opportunities that typically accompany changing circumstances.

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UNIT4 global product strategy and product marketing head Ton Dobbe said software buyers’ new Independence strategy enable "post-implementation" software change, and other ERP offerings that focus primarily on addressing "agility" before and during implementation.

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