Last week Aprika announced the latest version of its Mission Control PSA software, 1.63. The update includes new financial rate cards and project phases. Kantata also unveiled its latest release, Winter 23 Kantata SX. It includes a connector for Salesforce CPQ and a new assignment search interface. Scott Brown, President and CEO of FinancialForce, revealed how business leaders should prepare for the inflationary economy of 2023.
FinancialForce published a case study that looks at how Solidaridad, an international civil society organization, has consolidated its systems, data and processes on Salesforce and FinancialForce. Solidaridad employs over 1,000 people in 44 different countries across the globe. To consolidate the 30 accounting systems it had in place, it chose to deploy Salesforce, FinancialForce ERP and FinancialForce PSA to manage its accounting and project requirements. It partnered with Cloudteam.
Now deployed, the solution has unified all project and financial data into a single centralised location. Project managers can track projects in real-time at a global level. It has enabled timely reporting on projects. Information availability may also have reduced the costs and time needed to travel. Erna Wegman, Head of Finance, Solidaridad, commented, “With all our data unified on FinancialForce and Salesforce, we are able to streamline our processes and steer the organization based on real-time data.”
monday.com announced opening its fourth office in the US as it continues its expansion in the country. The latest office is located at 1550 Market Street in Denver and has over 10,000 square feet. Mike Lamm, VP of People, Americas at monday.com, commented, “2022 was a year of exciting milestones, including the opening of our new North American headquarters in New York City, as well as two additional offices in Miami and Chicago, and our core focus on the value of collaboration as a means to our success remains the same as we kick off 2023.
“We are thrilled to continue to foster this level of collaboration in a new locale for our organization and offer an engaging workspace within the growing Denver area, enabling our business and local employees the opportunity and environment to innovate for our customers in new and exciting ways.”
Initially, the office will host 45 employees, with room for expansion. Jamison Powell, VP of Sales of North America at monday.com, added, “Having our Denver-based customer-facing teams able to gather together in person again is a great feeling with tremendous business value.
“We’re really happy to have a great group on the ground in a thriving city like Denver, and it makes it even more exciting that we’ll be closer to our customers, potential customers, and partners to better understand their work needs to implement them in our products.”