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Snorri Páll Jónsson, managing director of the confectionery company Kólus, is an educated system engineer who previously worked for many of Iceland’s tech giants, programming in world-renowned ERP systems – but when it came to the family business, Kólus, he opted for Uniconta.
With a solid growth of 49% in number of end users, Uniconta A/S doubles its gross profit compared to the same period last year. Uniconta A/S correspondingly achieves an operating profit before depreciation (EBITDA) of DKK 5.8 million in the first half of 2021. An improvement of more than DKK 8 million.
After V. Meyer replaced their old C5 system with Uniconta, they now have a financial system that provides value across the company’s functions and processes. It strengthens many of the daily processes, including the sales and customer service, as Uniconta makes data availability easier across the organization.
Uniconta has experienced increased growth during the pandemic. It honestly came as a surprise to us, but on closer inspection makes good sense. The Covid19- caused pandemic has affected companies very differently and has, in many cases, helped to stimulate the introduction of alternative working formats and new IT systems.
At Nettrælasten A/S, two different business concepts are based on the same financial system. This is solely due to Uniconta’s flexibility and adaptable functions accommodating the special requirements in each business area, so no one has to compromise.
“The invoicing user creates security for both parties: My customers can print invoices and keep track of everything, but only I can post and solve additional tasks within the system. This eliminates me continuously double-checking if I have missed something important.”
Six months prior to Denmark closing due to the Corona-virus, the auditing firm Partner Revision had switched from C5 to Uniconta. This proved to be significantly more important than they anticipated.