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UNIT4 experts and guests comment on current news trends.

The technology opportunity for Higher Education

Globally the higher education landscape seems to be moving faster and faster. Domestic Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) are not just ‘competing’ (for want of a better word ) with each other, they are also fighting additional fronts as further education and global institutions look to attract the same body of students. Add to this the continued threat of reduced funding and the task faced by VCs and their operations staff is indeed challenging. Simply put educators are going to have to do better, to attract the students with less.

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Unit4 is supporting iCare to return sight to hundreds of blind and partially sighted

Approximately 40 million people in the world are blind or partially sighted. 80% could have their sight restored with the right treatment. In cooperation with The Norwegian Association for the Blind and Partially Sighted and their iCare initiative, Unit4 is helping return sight to hundreds through sponsored eye camps.

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Terje Kaasa

Terje Kaasa

Nordic Marketing Director

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Making Self-Driving ERP a reality

We’ve talked about self-driving ERP before and today’s announcement detailing an alliance with Microsoft brings us another step closer to delivering our vision.

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Stephan Sieber

Stephan Sieber

Executive Vice President, Strategy and Operations

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Three Rivers Systems and Unit4 will deliver 1st next-generation ERP for Education

Today we made the exciting announcement that we have acquired Three Rivers Systems, a leading U.S.-based enterprise solutions provider for the Education market.

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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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Emma Keates

Emma Keates

Group PR Manager at UNIT4 Group

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