The software house has spent the best part of two years developing its enterprise project accounting and finance solution for service organisations, and is designed to afford project managers tight control over project budgets no matter where they are working in the world.
Project Accounting provides all this and has been designed so that managers can gain access to up-to-date information, usually held within multiple systems, at any time.
David Cook, managing director for OpenAccounts, said: ‘Customers were delighted that there was now an end-to-end enterprise solution which allowed them to view and control costs over their multiple projects.’
He added: ‘One of our three new customers has over 400 project managers accessing Project Accounting via a web browser, enabling them to update and keep a close check on projects wherever they are in the world.’
OpenAccounts will be holding seminars throughout the exhibition in room A13
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