Harrogate-based accounting software house CODA is the first major developer to announce its intention to build an application on top of Salesforce's Force.com on demand software "platform" announced in San Francisco this week. John Stokdyk reports.
CODA chief executive Jeremy Roche flew to California to make the announcement at Salesforce.com's Dreamforce conference on Monday to alert Salesforce users to the potential of an accounting application that would integrate with their customer relationship management (CRM) systems.
"We decided that we wanted to do for accounting what Salesforce.com has done for CRM," Roche told the conference.
Called CODA 2go, the new product will be a real-time, global finance system delivered on-demand, Stuart Lauchlan reported on " target="_blank">