Financial software provider, Coda, has upgraded its software to include
greater compliance with International Financial Reporting Standards.
Released as part of Coda 2 Control, it will give users more flexibility and
is designed to help multi-company and international organisations deliver group
reporting and accounting.
Debbie Ashton, product director at CODA said: ‘The new release delivers a
whole range of options for IFRS-compliant financial control and statutory group
The latest version will enable dual reporting under GAAP and IFRS to meet
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