Accounting software developers Coda and Corefino have partnered on a three-part Web-based accounting service called Corefino 2go.

The service combines the Coda 2go accounting software, which is built on top of Salesforce.com’s Force.com cloud computing software, with Corefino’s Triple-C Technology Platform, along with outsourced accounting staff.

The service is aimed at CFOs at midsized companies who don’t want to worry about installing and maintaining a large enterprise resource planning system on their own computer servers. The accounting service is available through a monthly subscription and only requires an Internet connection.

Coda CEO Jeremy Roche recently told WebCPA that his company has been gravitating toward Web-based software, especially since signing a deal with Salesforce.com to launch its own Coda 2Go cloud computing-based accounting product, which uses SaaS, or software-as-a-service, technology. “We built a back-office to existing Salesforce customers,” he said. “The time is right for the SaaS accounting market to explode.”

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