Unanet, a leading provider of Cloud or On-Premise software for project-based organizations, today announced that more than 350 customers are currently using Unanet in the Cloud to manage their projects and people. Unanet has been adopted by government contractors, professional services firms and other project-based organizations for resource planning, budgeting & forecasting, time & expense reporting, billing & revenue recognition, skills management, collaboration, and project management reporting.
Reflecting a general shift in enterprise software from being hosted “On-Premise” on customer servers, to in the Cloud (“On-Demand”), Unanet has recently seen more rapid adoption of its Cloud platform, than for On-Premise software.
Cloud computing, or On-Demand software, offers businesses of all sizes the ability to support their information technology needs in a highly scalable way. Cloud computing and associated subscription licensing additionally offers the benefits of: incremental cost rather than upfront license fees; ability to increase system capacity more easily; higher availability and remote access; and allows customers' IT staff to focus on higher priority areas rather than just keeping systems operational.
Unanet’s Cloud platform has been audited as compliant with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ (AICPA) SSAE 16 standard which is part of AICPA’s Service Organization Control (SOC) reporting framework.
Unanet is a leading provider of Cloud or On-Premise software for project-based organizations. Unanet delivers skills management, resource planning, budgeting & forecasting, time & expense reporting, billing & revenue recognition, and project management reporting. Over 950 organizations rely on Unanet to maximize staff utilization, reduce administrative costs by 90%, improve invoicing by 10X, and support forward decision-making for improved operations.
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