TechnologyCOA secures deal with care home group Runwood Homes

COA secures deal with care home group Runwood Homes

Leading care home group rolls out COA financial and income management systems

COA Solutions has secured a deal to roll out its financial and income
management systems to 28 care homes owned by Runwood Homes.

Runwood has made the investment to support a six-year plan to increase the
number of care homes and beds in its business, without having to expand its
finance team.

‘With our eye on acquisitions, there’s a pressing need for scalable and
robust systems to support our expansion,’ said Runwood Homes finance director
Steve Larkin.

Runwood is implementing COA Solutions’ OpenAccounts finance system together
with the OpenAccounts Income Management System for billing and reporting. The
group will not have to increase headcount as a result of the changes.

Further reading:

COA wins £3.6m NHSScotland deal

COA snaps up Version One

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