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New financial controller at CODA

UK accounting and procurement software vendor CODA has appointed Jason Eames as its new group financial controller

Link: CODA offers new accounting solution

Eames will be responsible for reporting CODA’s performance to the board, as wellas overseeing the implementation of its financial analytics suite, used to assess the performance of the company’s business divisions around the world.

He joins CODA from AIM-listed CRC Group Plc, provider of after-sales service solutions to the communications, information and media technology industries, where he also held the position of group financial controller.

Graham Steinsberg, CEO, CODA Group said Eames would be a valuable member of the management team, helping to steer the company through its continued growth and development commercial.

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