Financial software vendor Coda has unveiled its product road map for the year and restructured its business.
In its first announcement since it was bought by UK software company Science Systems from Baan last month for $50m (£31.6m) (CRN, 16 February), Coda will remain a separate division. It will also take over Science Systems Commercial, the former Coda reselling arm of Science Systems.
Graham Steinsberg, chief executive of Coda, said it aims to make the UK firm a worldwide success.
Coda also announced that several products will be relaunched this year.
Coda Version 8 will be available in the third quarter and its e-Finance package was also officially released. E-Finance is an Internet-enabled product designed to distribute and share financial information among PDAs and other Web devices.
Future products include Coda Analyst, Workflow, Alerts and e-Assets, slated for Q2, and e-Billing and e-Stock, for Q3.
Phil Hollins, president of sales and marketing at Coda, said since its buy-out Coda has won more orders than it achieved throughout 1999. Recent contract wins include Star Internet.
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