TechnologyAccounting SoftwareMotor group uses Geac FDC for reporting

Motor group uses Geac FDC for reporting

UK motor dealership Summit Auto Group has used financial software from Geac FDC to help it meet its year-end reporting.

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A £250m dealership located across the south east of England, Summit Auto operates through 15 franchised dealerships.

The company selected the software to provide the group with a better financial picture across all the dealerships.

Alan Knights, group financial controller, at Summit Auto said: ‘We expect to see substantial business performance enhancements once the FDC system is up and running, and it will become integral to our future budgeting and forecasting decisions.’

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