Coda Financials introduced Coda2Go, the company's first accounting application to run on demand over the Web.

The browser-based software uses Salesforce.com's Force.com technology, which Coda CEO Jeremy Roche (pictured) credited with speeding up development.

"We looked at writing our own software-as-a-service platform, but that would have taken at least two years," he said. "We finally settled on using the Salesforce platform." With that technology, Coda was able to complete the first modules of Coda2Go within six to seven months.

The first module to be released will include sales orders, cash allocations and accounts receivable and will create postings for the general ledger. The next module, planned for release later this year, will include the full general ledger in addition to accounts payable. Coda sells access to Coda2Go for $125 per user per month.

The software integrates with Salesforce.com's customer relationship management software but does not require users to buy Salesforce.com. It will work with any Web browser, as well as Web-enabled phones such as Apple's iPhone. It also integrates with Google Docs and Google Spreadsheets.

For more information, visit www.coda2go.com.

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