Unit4, a fast growing leader in enterprise applications for service organizations, today announced that the District of Squamish, in British Columbia has selected Unit4’s Business World On! ERP solution to support the District as it grows. Unit4 will support Squamish to create efficiencies in operations with better technology, and deliver new and improved services to the public.
The District of Squamish is situated between Vancouver, British Columbia's largest city where Unit4 has a number of customers, and the number one ski resort in North America, Whistler, also a Unit4 customer. Squamish has a growing population of close to 20,000.
The District of Squamish recently laid out a multi-year plan that heavily emphasizes the creation of efficiencies in operations and service delivery through better technology. Unit4 Business World On! is the solution chosen to support that aim. Its powerful and simple user experience will help eliminate and reduce inefficiencies while providing timely, accurate and reliable information to management. Through fast access to better information, budget prioritization and alignment with strategic priorities will be easier, helping with fund allocation and sourcing for new and improved services to the public.
“Squamish is a rapidly growing community and as such, we’re working to better incorporate technology throughout the organization to improve customer service and increase operational efficiencies by reducing manual processes and unnecessary workarounds,” says District of Squamish Chief Administrative Officer Linda Glenday. “Unit4’s modern technology platform gives us a scalable solution that will act as a ‘foundation’ for our technology systems, and that will grow with us as we continuously strive to deliver better value to our community.”
Unit4 Business World On! is a new-generation SaaS business suite designed for people in services industries. Unit4 works with more than 1500 government customers worldwide and is a leading provider of back office solutions to Canadian local government organizations.