International charity GALVmed has signed a deal with SunSystems to provide
accountancy technology on a global scale and “go live” in just seven weeks.
The livestock charity, which has offices in the UK and Africa, signed the deal
this week with Infor FMS SunSystems through its partner distributor Sapphire.
Heather Stevenson, finance director at GALVmed, said: “The flexibility of
SunSystems was also a key plus point: at this stage it is impossible for us to
know how big GALVmed will become in the future, so it is important for us to
have scalable systems in place.”
The finance team at GALVmed worked closely with their accountants,
Scott-Moncrieff, to shortlist the technology options with the charity having
just seven weeks from selection to going live.
GALVmed helps disadvantaged people protect their livestock through affordable
vaccines and medical care.
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