Unit4, a leader in enterprise cloud applications for people-centric organizations, has completed its first quarter of 2023 with continued momentum across public sector, professional services and non-profit sectors, with organizations looking to digitize operating processes, business-wide collaboration and engagement.
In Q1, a variety of new customers including Frankfurt Construction Management GmbH, L&Q Housing, Gemeente Edam-Volendam, City of Nanaimo, and MONETRA have selected either Unit4 ERPx, FP&A and Scanmarket, or a combination of the three, to deliver deeper insights, mitigate risks, lower costs and improve operational efficiencies.
Unit4’s next-generation ERP is transforming its customers’ organizations, across industries from productivity gains to increased engagement and business growth. Pre-configured to adapt to the way that organizations work and incorporating industry best practices, ERPx is integrated for agility with a low total cost of ownership, accelerating time to value.
Mike Ettling, CEO, Unit4, said: “Our customers’ buying patterns clearly demonstrate that digitization is a priority for all types of organizations.
“Retaining legacy systems for fear of how much it will cost to replace, may actually cost companies more than they realize, and not just financially. Those organizations which are moving to flexible, cloud-based solutions are building resilience for the future and crucially, already experiencing business transformation.
Speaking about Unit4’s solutions, Henk Neijenhuis, manager, Gemeente Bronckhorst explained, “Bronckhorst municipality wants a modern SaaS solution that meets the municipality’s changing needs and can grow over time. We want a user-friendly solution that supports our financial processes efficiently and can be easily integrated. We are looking for an ERP solution that helps us and residents move forward, now, and well into the future. ERPx meets that need.”
“For organizations seeking to improve productivity while moderating spending, Unit4 provides an effective way to reduce IT complexity, bundle software costs, expedite implementations, and realize higher ROIs from their technology deployments,” said Sam Hamway, research analyst, Nucleus Research. “Through this value proposition and demonstrated competitive wins against other enterprise software suite vendors, Nucleus is confident in Unit4’s market competitiveness as spending tightens.”