Coda, the financial software suppliers, has branched out into Spain with the
opening of its first operation in the country.
The IT company set up shop in Madrid and hopes to be up and running with
support and services to its Spanish customers by early next year.
Coda’s parent company Unit 4 Agresso already has an established financial
software service under the name CCS Agresso. To start with Coda will work
alongside CCS, which already has 11 offices around the country.
Jeremy Roche, CEO of Coda said: ‘CCS Agresso is very active in Spain, and
although CODA has customers in Spain, we have never had the opportunity to open
our own direct operations. We are keen to invest in our service provision to
customers in Spain and a local Coda support desk and dedicated service team will
benefit them hugely. We see further opportunities in Spain which we will be well
placed to respond to going forward.’
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