TechnologyAccounting SoftwareRank Group signs deal with CODA

Rank Group signs deal with CODA

FTSE 250 business Rank Group has signed a deal with financial software providers CODA

Rank Group has signed a
deal with CODA
to fulfill all its accountancy software requirements.

Rank, the FTSE 250 betting and gaming company, will install the financial
software in 135 of its Mecca Bingo, Grosvenor and G Casino sites.

Clive Jennings, group financial controller at Rank, said: “We asked a number
of the major accounting firms which system they would recommend, carried out a
detailed market evaluation of those systems, and then sought out client
references for a solid accounting platform. The responses all pointed toward
CODA.”

Coda is owned by UNIT 4, which is also the parent company of online accountancy software
accountancy software providers FinancialForce.com.

Further reading:

Consultants
see growth in 2010

UNIT
4 MD joins BASDA general council

UNIT4
licence sales soar

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