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Exchequer roars into Longleat with new accounting system

Longleat is implementing Exchequer Software's Enterprise accounting system to help control operations at Longleat House and Safari Park and Cheddar Caves.

As well as the sales, purchase and general ledger modules, the management company is using Enterprise’s stock control module to record ticket sales at its attractions.

Visitor reports can then be created automatically, allowing attendance and sales of ticket types to be compared week on week, year on year.

‘The financial requirements behind the management of our sites are as varied as the attractions on offer,’ said David Hines, accountant at Longleat.

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