The world’s oldest animal welfare society, the RSPCA, is to move part of its
finance function to automated and online technology through software reseller
The RSPCA is to move it’s spend management systems – which include employee
expenses, procurement, invoicing and purchasing – to web capable software
providers Proactis, with the society hoping it will deliver greater risk
management and savings.
Proactis automates invoicing and procurement functions while also allowing
users to use the software through email, web and traditional in-house systems.
Vickie Malyon, head of procurement at the RSPCA, said: ‘Our brief was to find
a web-based procurement system for use by The Society to place orders on
suppliers with flexible workflow to deal with our authorisation processes and
integrate with our SAGE 500 accounts system.’
‘We would eventually like to deploy additional modules such as supplier
management, contract management and PO flipping,’ she added.
The RSPCA chose Proactis over three other competitors with the society buying
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