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Unit4, a fast growing leader in enterprise applications for service organizations, today announced its expansion into Finland as a consequence of its strong market position across the Nordic region.

Unit4 is growing rapidly in Sweden, Norway and Denmark both organically and through strategic partner agreements. A direct presence in Finland will make it one of the only companies with direct sales and support covering all four countries in the Nordics.

“Unit4 Business World ERP (formerly Agresso which originated in Norway) and our solutions for Corporate Consolidation, Property Management, and Travel Expenses are already used by approximately 2,000 service centric Nordic companies in both the private and public sector,” said Jeremias Jansson, Managing Director, Unit4 Nordics. “Our expansion into Finland is the result of this success and will give us an even greater market share in the region and the ability to serve customers across the four Nordic countries.”

The Finnish operation, headquartered in Vantaa will be managed by Matti Pulla, Country Manager for Unit4 Oy. Matti has extensive experience working in the international and Nordic software market for the past 35 years.

“I’m excited to be working with a company as prestigious as Unit4 in the Nordics,” said Matti. “It already has a track record for innovation and delivering superior business applications that support organizations through change and meet the needs of modern businesses in Professional Services and Property Management industries. I’m looking forward to challenging the existing Finnish services ERP market and responding to market opportunities with some of the best software in the world.”

Nordic customers include Santander, City of Oslo, City of Stockholm, Bravida, Bonnier, City of Gothenburg, HSB GIT, University of Tromso, Deloitte, and The Norwegian Association for the Blind. Unit4 will also focus on establishing and developing strategic partner relationships in Finland.

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