Coena is easy to learn and use, because things start out by being bare-bones simple. Coena only asks you enter the most critical information that is necessary for your business to function. And that's all you need to get things going.
The world is a complex place, and something simple can become restrictive. Coena is built from the ground up to handle variations and complexity, and you can easily add more layers of information through our application management interfaces.
We don't expect you to change your business to suit Coena. Instead, Coena adapts itself to suit your business. You run your business the way you want to, and Coena will be there to complement through your growth.
You can change things very quickly with Coena, without programming or complex interfaces. For instance, if you need to introduce a new product with completely new information structures, it takes 20 minutes to create, define, and to publish it for use by everyone in your network.
Coena runs on minimal infrastructure. It supports a wide variety of operating systems. And it will work quickly with even the slowest internet connections thanks to our native desktop client.
Coena can integrate with almost any system. Rich APIs can be used to get information into and out of Coena. It supports Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) integration and uses XML for communications. It comes with an integration and communications engine as standard.
Coena manages a lot of information, but it's also very easy to find information using Coena. Powerful search means you can find your own things easily (your stock, orders, or products) and find what others in your network have (new contacts, offers, and products).
Coena is a powerful tool to manage your product portfolio, inventory, and orders. It values all the specific details that makes your business unique. Rather than try and change your business to suit the tool, the tool easily adapts to your business. Coena is designed so it can be used by businesses big and small, local or global, individual or network-based, and good or poor internet connections.