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Port Coquitlam’s cloud adoption marks a significant change for public sector IT in Canada

Our announcement today heralds a significant advancement for public sector cloud adoption.

The City of Port Coquitlam, British Columbia has gone live with Unit4 Business World ERP and is the first Canadian municipality to host data in the cloud. The customer cites potential for cost savings, increases in full-service and support, and greater access to delivery specialists beyond what they could resource internally, as key cloud advantages.

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Unit4 Business World has won Government Solution of the Year

Unit4 Business World has won Government Solution of the Year in the European IT & Software Excellence Awards 2015 Continue reading

Unit4 appoints Scott Kamieneski to lead North American expansion

Unit4 recently announced the appointment of Scott Kamieneski as Managing Director for Unit4’s operation in North America. Under his leadership, Unit4 will take the next steps to further expand its presence in North America. Continue reading

Elastic Foundation

As the naming implies the Elastic Foundation provides configurability of the underlying data model. The majority of enterprise systems allow for a certain level of data object attribute enrichment by means of user-defined fields, which in People Platform terminology is referred to as Flexi-Fields. Typically user-definable fields support limited data types, and have a constraint in terms of the number of fields you can define per business object. Continue reading

A new look for Unit4

Today is the day that Unit4 embarks on a new phase, one that is based on a clear strategy and new products to be launched on the 26th. Our new branding shows the new Unit4, our aspirations and our passions. Changing our look is not just cosmetic – it visualizes our commitment to offering business solutions that are designed for the people using our applications, making technology bend to people and not the other way around. Continue reading