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Agresso + CODA, VITA + Link (+ CODA 2go): What's the Sum? (Part 1)
Over the last few years I have produced a number of articles and blog entries on two once-independent and occasionally competing products: Agresso Business

agresso blog  ERP vendor Agresso . Agresso Nowadays Thus, for the rest of this blog post, I will use the shorter “Agresso” name to denote the entire company. Agresso completed the  CODA acquisition throughout 2008, which now makes it the sixth largest mid-market ERP vendor worldwide according to IDC . In 2008, the company had about US$ 550 million in revenues and 3,500 employees, and was operating in 19 countries in 3 continents around the world. Because of these facts, the acquisition has apparently brought

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