High street clothes retailer All Saints has chosen
financial software system.
chose Coda’s Dream accounting software, ahead of OpenAccounts and Microsoft
‘Although Dream is a stand-alone accounting system, it will fit easily into
our existing IT infrastructure and work with our other systems,’ said All Saints
financial controller Sally Lewis.
‘Transaction data from our invoicing systems can easily be imported into
Dream and before the system is updated, the information is checked for integrity
so we will have complete confidence in the numbers being reported.’
The retailer will also use Coda’s Dreamview product, which will allow it to
access external reporting products to users can drill won to view the data and
prepare customs reports.
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