FinancialForce Announces New Spring 2020 Release
FinancialForce has recently announced the general availability of its Spring 2020 Release. This update delivers powerful innovations across FinancialForce’s ERP and PSA cloud solutions, including enhancements in intelligent project and resource management, global accounting, actionable analytics, improved user experience, and accelerated time-to-value.
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FinancialForce was founded in 2009 and headquartered in San Francisco. Today, FinancialForce is the leading cloud-based ERP for the new services economy. The number one ERP native to the Salesforce platform, FinancialForce unifies data across the enterprise in real-time, enabling companies to rapidly evolve their business models with customers at the center.
With the Spring 2020 Release, customers gain insights and actionable data to make faster and better decisions, continuously assess both business health and risks, and forecast demand to take appropriate action. Advances support agility, productivity in the full range of work environments, and collaboration with employees, customers, and partners. Key features of this release include improvements to accounting & financial reporting, and billing & revenue management.
“We worked closely with our customers on the Spring 2020 Release to advance our entire product portfolio,” says Dan Brown, Chief Product and Strategy Officer at FinancialForce. “These new features will help customers better access key metrics, drive decisions, and support success amid a rapidly changing business climate.”
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