TechnologyAccounting SoftwareNew mid-market product from Systems Union

New mid-market product from Systems Union

Systems Union has launched a new mid-market software product, known as SunSystems exfm (extended financial management), to help businesses better manage financial processes.

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It will also help them analyse financial data in real-time to better understand how the business is performing and ‘alleviate the pain’ of budgeting and forecasting activities.

Paul Coleman, CEO of Systems Union, said: ‘The launch is very significant as it is the only fully-integrated financial management, reporting, budgeting and forecasting application available globally for the mid-market from one software vendor.’

The new software is targeted at mid-market companies worldwide ‘giving them a comprehensive spectrum of sophisticated functionality that was previously available only to large enterprises at a high cost’, according to Systems Union.

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