Jeremy Roche, Unit4Unit4 has released a new version of Unit4 Financials. The Netherlands-based software company says the software's single, unified ledger system now enables customers to capture unlimited amounts of business-specific dimensions from any operational system.

Unit4 Financials was formerly known as Coda. More detailed analyses can be performed and more detailed KPIs calculated. Perpetually closed, the ledger system allows for both period reporting and up-to-the-second reporting with no need to close. The version "essentially adds unlimited analyses across the entire organization in a controlled and integrated manner, so finance teams are better equipped than ever to serve the business and drive profits," Jeremy Roche, Unit4's chief product officer, said.

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