Levio adopts Unit4's cloud ERP platform

07 August 2020 Consulting.ca

Levio, a Quebec-based global technology consulting firm, has selected Unit4’s People Experience Suite to drive effective and efficient processes in the firm’s operations, finance, and human resources functions.

Unit4’s cloud-based, software-as-a-service platform is tailored to professional services firms, helping them improve their enterprise resource planning, financial planning & analysis, and human capital management.

The platform allows clients to control projects in real time through financial visibility and analytics; optimize project performance and subcontractor relationships; trace all people-related costs for accurate planning, budgeting, forecasting, and billing; and glean insights to win more business and create consistent, profitable contract bids.

Unit4’s talent management solution, meanwhile, drives people performance through continuing feedback and goal setting, enabling more meaningful interactions between managers and staff.

Based in Utrecht, Netherlands, Unit4 has operations across 26 countries. Its high-profile professional services sector clients include FTI Consulting, Grant Thornton, and BDO.

Levio adopts Unit4's cloud ERP platform

Now, technology consultancy Levio will also be using Unit4’s enterprise software to improve its processes. The consulting firm has signed on for an initial five-year contract.

"Our solutions are built specifically for organizations like Levio, to give people the means to focus on what matters so the customers they serve will benefit,” Andy Brockhoff, North America president at Unit4, said.

Founded in 2014, Levio has expanded rapidly as demand for digital transformation consulting has continued to rise in the last decade. The firm has 800+ consultants across seven offices in Canada, the US, and Morocco, and was named the second-fastest growing company on the Canadian Business Growth 500 ranking.

"Levio is an organization geared for growth and we have ambitious growth plans. Our success is dependent on the success of our people which is why we have taken a bold approach for our next-generation system's architecture,” Denis Delmaire, CIO at Levio, said.

“Digital transformation is what we do for a living. It quickly became clear that having a technology partner who truly understands what our business is about, and how to automate our Professional Services processes, will help our people focus on delivering high-quality projects to our customers."

Levio last month added Jean Royer and Benoit Boivin as managing partners.


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