TechnologyAccounting SoftwareFirst deal for new SunSystems product

First deal for new SunSystems product

Foundation Systems has secured the first sale of SunSystems exfm - the financial management and business intelligence product aimed at the mid-market - to Regent Exhibitions.

Link: New mid-market product from Systems Union

The deal sees Regent replace its Sage Line 100 system.

‘Close control of both budgets and forecasts are essential since we are a new company,’ said Sherry Farmer, head of finance at Regent Exhibitions. ‘Our focus on IMEX in Frankfurt means our income is cyclical and therefore controlling cash flow in different currencies is vital.’

SunSystems is the financial software subsidiary of Systems Union.

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