The longest established leisure management contractor in the UK, SLM, has
undertaken an overhaul of its purchase-to-pay processes with the implementation
of document management and imaging technology.
The technology, supplied by specialists Version One, will enable SLM to
create, store and deliver all purchase orders electronically.
The group, which manages leisure centres for local authorities across England
including Cambridge City Council and Bristol City Council, will implement the PO
technology into its existing Microsoft Great Plains ERP system.
‘Managers will have greater control over cost reconciliation, and the posting
and faxing of purchase-to-pay documents between sites will be eliminated,’ said
Tim Stooks, financial controller for SLM.
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