Compleat Software Limited has expanded its portfolio of supported accounting software products with the addition of integration to SAP Business One. The company’s e-procurement, purchase automation and employee expenses management solution ‘Compleat’ has been rebranded to the name of ‘Procurement One’ for use in conjunction with SAP Business One.
An overview of the functionality can be seen in the three minute video below.
Compleat Software’s browser-based solution, now supports Microsoft Dynamics GP, Infor FMS SunSystems, Pegasus Opera II and Coda Dream as well as SAP Business One.
The company says that its tight, integration extends the tthe functionality of SAP Business One to address spend control, purchase automation and employee expenses at what Compleat Software says is “a very compelling price point.” Web-based purchase order generation will provide cashflow management and forecasting based on actual and committed spend, which is delivered through full commitment accounting.
Neil Robertson, CEO of Compleat Software, says, “The recession drove demand for increased productivity, spend control and quantifiable cash savings. Now, this means that finance directors have the ability to consolidate suppliers in order to deliver significant savings through better and more focused purchasing. The money that can be saved by using an e-procurement system like Procurement One goes straight to the bottom line and provides a quantifiable return on investment in less than six months.”
Procurement One, which is available in three editions – Standard, Professional and Enterprise, also provides the ability for the finance department to take centralised control over corporate budgets, ensuring that every requisition / purchase order is always in budget and included within the cashflow forecast automatically, delivering automated purchase ordering, centralised budget control and corporate cashflow management based on fact. It facilitates a consolidation of suppliers to maximise buying power and negotiate the best possible credit terms, generating the appropriate Terms & Conditions with each order, whilst also capturing the supplier’s performance to aid future negotiations.