Expanded CPM options available through COINS and Tagetik partnership
COINS and Tagetik partnership
Construction Industry Solutions (COINS) has formed a partnership/reseller agreement with software solution provider, Tagetik, to expand the Corporate Performance Management (CPM) options available to its clients.
Through the alliance, COINS clients can now deploy a dedicated, specialised Group Reporting tool that is integrated with their COINS ERP.
The Tagetik functionality includes profitability modelling and optimisation, financial consolidation, and financial, statutory, and management reporting.
Laurence Shaw, Group CEO for COINS said, “We are happy to expand the CPM options available to our clients with this partnership.
“Tagetik is an ideal solution partner for COINS because of its open architecture and ability to work with multiple databases.
“COINS and Tagetik also share a similar global presence and web-based interface. ”
As a Construction Industry ERP, COINS capably handles operational and management reporting with the ability to drill down from the Group level, through business units, down to contracts and transactions.
Many clients also use COINS for their Group Reporting needs, supplemented by spread sheets to collect additional data for statutory reporting and for calculating financial consolidation adjustments.
Shak Akhtar, Managing Director of Tagetik, said, “Construction is a very important market for us and COINS is a market leader in ERP systems in this sector.
“It was therefore a partnership of choice and we are very pleased to have secured this reseller agreement.”
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