Human Resources Software Webinar

The Digital Downgrade and Your Employees

People’s reliance on technology becomes greater every day, and with that our expectations continue to grow. In many ways, we’ve become a digital do-it-yourself society – whether buying movie tickets on a smartphone, online banking, or insurance claim entry, we like to do things on our time and see the results instantly. Gone are the days of consumers waiting in line at their bank to deposit a check; most banking is now direct deposit or e-transfer. In the odd case a check is issued, banks have addressed the market’s DIY behavior and innovated check depositing by allowing customers to snap a photo of a check and deposit it to your account through a mobile application on your smartphone. Continue reading

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ERP Changes

Can your ERP Handle Business Change Smoothly?

When you make the investment in an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, the cost of implementation means that you want (it may not be too strong to say you need) it to last and evolve with you. Depending on what ERP solution you choose, implementation can involve a significant investment in terms of customization and time to implement, not to mention service disruption. With an average implementation cost of $825,000, as estimated by IDC (2013), you want your upfront investment to last and add value to your organization, not take up valuable time and cost for updates and customization throughout the ERP’s lifecycle. Continue reading

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Unit4 in North America

The Next Chapter of Unit4 in North America

Since I started at Unit4 a few weeks ago, it has already been quite a ride. This is an extremely exciting time to join the company. The announcements of the new Unit4 along with new releases of our flagship products, Unit4 Business World Milestone 5 and Unit4 Financials Version 13, will bring tremendous value to our current and prospective customers. These new versions of our flagship products leverage The People Platform, which sets the standard for digital era business applications, combining consumer-grade experience with enterprise-class scale. This will empower people to make smarter decisions and become more productive. These are the kind of game-changing innovations that will positively impact the bottom lines of our customers. Continue reading

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ERP to Make Your Rules

Launching the Next Generation of ERP: The People Platform

Today launches the next era of innovation at Unit4 with our new business platform, The People Platform, and new product versions that upgrade our flagship products Unit4 Coda Financials and Unit4 Agresso ERP.

Starting today, our company will be known simply as Unit4. Our new brand reflects that simplicity – but don’t let that fool you. Behind the clean, fresh look is the reflection of major investment in product innovation to create the next generation of enterprise applications. Continue reading

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No Training for Travel & Expenses

Travel and Expense Claims – Wake Up From the Nightmare

Expense claims can be a nightmare. The process is a pain for employees: stuffing receipts into wallets hoping one doesn’t make its way into the trash bin, entering expenses line by line into a clunky, confusing system, only to have a claim rejected for non-compliance with the expense policy. Then there’s accounting staff who know the nightmare all too well, with delays in expenses being submitted and the impact it has on reporting, tracking and customer billing, and the flood of month-end claims to process. Continue reading

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