Financial software company Coda has acquired German IT services business bAs
GmbH to extend its reach in the region.
Coda is also looking to further expand in Germany and central Europe, on the
back of acquisitions in France, Sweden and Estonia.
‘It means that we can provide direct support and excellent business
consulting services to customers more effectively,’ said Coda CEO Jeremy Roche.
‘It also makes it easier for us to address the needs of the many large and
mid-sized businesses in Germany that can benefit from a focused finance system
rather than a large-scale ERP implementation.’
Coda has also been chosen to replace a Great Plains finance system for the
Association of Train Operating Companies with its Financials product. The new
system enables ATOC to report more effectively to train operators.
ATOC is an unincorporated association owned by its members. It was set up
during railways privatisation to provide essential services to the train
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