Accounting software group Coda has sealed a deal with leading high street
shoe retailer Dolcis to install its Dream product.
Dream is a Windows-based application that promises easy-to-use systems and
interfaces. Input screens can be tailored to suit each user, and the software
offers a unified ledger design and instant transaction posting.
‘Dream is particularly useful for retailers as it includes integral
purchasing functionality,’ said Dolcis finance director Richard Clark.
He added: ‘As well as browser-based purchase order handling, it includes
sales order processing functionality, including the handling of order
commitments and changes, order status review, allocation of discounts and
In addition to Dream, Dolcis has purchased licenses for CODA’s DreamView
reporting tool. This gives Dolcis access to external reporting from the Dream
software, allowing the company to interrogate data and prepare custom reports.
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