The City of London-based company has plumped for the Coda-Dream software.
Marsali Harwood, Finance Director at Charteris, said the new system was ‘flexible’ and would help ‘streamline our financial processes, whilst ensuring consistent, accurate and current data’.
Charteris was founded eight years ago and seeks to help blue-chip clients with their business and IT needs.
Its services are grouped into three main areas: business consulting, project management and technology services.
In the financial year to July 31, 2004, its turnover was £13.8m.
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