Total business support
Agresso – ERP with NO Expiry Date™
UNIT4 develops and delivers the Agresso range of enterprise resource planning (ERP) and business management solutions. These are especially suited to organisations operating in a state of frequent and dynamic business change – especially those that are service based or in the Public Sector.
Agresso is a fully integrated, role-focused ERP system built on VITA™ – the Agresso “living” IT architecture. This places powerful support for key functions at the heart of your operations and the complete flexibility to use these in conjunction with any other systems that you need to support your business – including UNIT4’s growing range of specialised plug-in applications.
ERP for Businesses Living IN Change™
Over 2,600 organisations already use our fully integrated, role-focused Agresso ERP system for both operational support and strategic management, across an impressive range of core business functions: -
- Financial Management
- HR & Payroll
- Project Costing & Billing
- Reporting & Analytics
- Business Process Automation
Agresso ERP solutions help organisations to cope successfully with operating in an almost permanent state of rapid change and growth. It’s our mission to understand and meet the needs of what we call: “Businesses Living IN Change (BLINC)™”.
Delivering post-implementation agility
Agility is not the same as “flexibility”. Most leading business software solutions are flexible enough to meet the needs you identify before implementation.
But only Agresso solutions give you the agility to change and update the system yourself – and keep on changing it – long after implementation.
This “stay-fresh” approach to ERP protects your corporate margins and helps in realising business ambitions – Agresso customers can drive their organisation’s evolution to any size and in any direction advantageous to them, without being held back by system constraints and costs.
RAC stands the test of time supported by UNIT4 Agresso’s unique ability to manage change
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