TechnologyCoda strengthens its IFRS compliance

Coda strengthens its IFRS compliance

Coda's new software helps companies transition from GAAP to IFRS

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
accounting’.

The latest version will enable dual reporting under GAAP and IFRS to meet
transition requirements.

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