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MacIntyre Hudson drops Access for SAP

Mid-tier firm switches accounting software supplier

Accounting firm MacIntyre Hudson has signed a contract to use SAP Business
One accounting software.

The top 30 firm said its current financial system from Access Accounts was
not flexible enough to meet its needs.

Victoria Horton, group financial controller at MacIntyre Hudson, said: ‘I
knew that SAP Business One would be a good fit for us because I have used it
before. The versatility of the solution coupled with the time saving element of
having one centralised system with functionality to cover all aspects of
business management makes it ideal for our requirements.’

IT reseller Sapphire Systems is installing the SAP technology for MacIntyre
Hudson.

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