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.
2015 will be a year of setting priorities, for business software users and vendors alike. At a time of digital re-imagining in the workplace, there is much to do to keep the next generation of workers and customers happy. Industries are being challenged by disruptive new business models so it’s imperative they make the right technological decisions. Continue reading
UNIT4 underpins service reform at 90 per cent of Ireland’s local government authorities
- UNIT4 enables Local Government Management Agency (LGMA) transformation strategy
- UNIT4 Agresso Local Government ERP Platform utilised across 27 councils
- Agresso’s flexibility seen as key to navigating sector change
UNIT4, the global leader in software that enables business change, today announced an agreement under a current contract with the Local Government Management Agency (LGMA) to upgrade the UNIT4 Agresso Local Government ERP Platform at 27 local government organizations in the Republic of Ireland. Continue reading
More than 400 senior business executives predict a future based on mobile and demand freedom of choice between cloud and on-premises
- Mobile is seen as most significant driver of today’s digital revolution
- 88% expect hybrid IT environments of cloud and on-premises solutions for the foreseeable future
- Organisations across all sectors see the need to significantly improve the user experience of enterprise software systems Continue reading
Yesterday’s Computing magazine in the UK ran a case study following an interview with UNIT4 customer, Middlesbrough Council. Steve Fletcher, corporate programme manager discusses the Council’s search for economies in its IT systems with the main focus on an SAP finance and payroll system “that seemed to require more resources to maintain than an organisation the size of the council ought to be spending.” Continue reading