Amplifon, an Italian company that distribute and fits hearing aids and related services, has selected Trintech’s ReconNET software for financial process compliance. ReconNET is a component of Trintech’s Unity platform, a suite of modular software that enables companies to meet their financial governance, risk management and compliance goals.
Through a network of over 3,000 points of sale and 3,500 service centres, Amplifon is active in Italy, the UK, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Hungary, Egypt and North America (US and Canada) and Belgium. Trintech’s Unity platform enables companies such as Amplifon to increase the accuracy and transparency of financial reporting, reduce operational costs, shorten cycle times and reduce the risk of material weaknesses and restatements.
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