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Richard Hayden, UnanetUnanet, which markets project accounting software, has issued a new release for its on-premise customers. "This latest Unanet release reflects an acceleration of investment in product enhancements driven by customer input," Richard Hayden, Unanet's SVP of product management and marketing, said in a prepared statement.

Hayden also contrasted Unanet's integrated product with what he termed "the cumbersome and disparate offerings" from competing vendors. Cloud customers will be migrated to the new version, 10.2, in January. The company said major enhancements were made in seven areas. These include expanded financial reporting, with drill-downs; improved project reporting and analytics at summary and detailed levels; budgeting enhancements including the ability to calculate indirect rates from GL budgets; and additional CRM capabilities. A new Project Control Panel provides an overview of the many dimensions of project performance, with drill-downs to other key supporting reports. Project management enhancements including automatic project code generation, increased flexibility when managing Fixed Price Billing and Revenue Recognition Schedules Unanet said there is also a broad mix of functionality and usability improvements, including expanded and flexible access controls, enhanced support for Leave Without Pay and Shift Differentials, and bi-weekly overlap time periods.

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