Unit4 has completed a significant enterprise resource planing project with Skilled, Australia's largest provider of workforce solutions.
It has delivered the latest Unit4 ERP solution as the central component in an organisation-wide transformation program.
System and process efficiencies will contribute to a significant sustainable cost reduction for the company, according to a company statement.
The software is designed specifically to meet customer demands around social, mobile, analytics and Cloud for service-intensive organisations and will prove central to the company's expansion and growth into the future. Skilled Group chief financial officer, Gary Kent, said his company aimed to deliver the best service and experience to its employees and clients.
"Unit4 delivers us a world class enterprise business system that supports our people and ensures efficient processes that drive customer value supporting rapid, sustainable growth," he said.
"The new solution, based on Agresso, combines all the qualities of a market leading ERP with the technology and features required by today's service-intensive organisations.
"Designed for a mobile future, to support and connect people, we are confident it will meet our demanding requirements well into the future." According to a company statement, Unit4's ability to support a rapid change business environment is key as it delivers Skilled the assurance that future strategic initiatives can be quickly and cost-effectively implemented company-wide. Unit4 executive vice president, Goncalo Leitao, said it was a great example of a company that was modernising to meet the new technology and service demands of a young workforce.
"ERP is evolving to incorporate the benefits of cloud and mobile technologies," he said.
"The depth of functionality our ERP solutions deliver, combined with a simpler, friendly user experience closes the gap between consumer and traditional enterprise software experiences."
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