Stream expects to save £50,000 a year using new online accounting
has won a contract to supply one of Scotland’s largest commercial water and
waste services providers Business Stream with finance IT.
Business Stream believes it will save money because the deal allows it to
function without an in-house IT team.
“Twinfield stood out as providing the most value for money because for a
single monthly subscription we have real-time management information available
through a web browser,” said Johanna Dow, finance director of Business Stream.
“When looking for an accounting solution, we researched a number of different
products including some large players such as SAP.
“In contrast, the SAP software would have cost us substantially more to
implement and there would have been ongoing support and maintenance costs.”
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