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ReadSoft signs deal worth $330,000 with major global textile manufacturer

7/07/2014 by

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ReadSoft UK has signed an initial deal, worth $330,000, with a leading global textile manufacturer. The customer selected ReadSoft’s SAP-certified financial process automation solution to streamline its accounts payable operations and enable greater processing efficiencies. The agreement was signed during the second quarter of 2014.

The customer who employs thousands of employees in over 70 countries across six continents around the world wished to standardise its global financial processes starting with their Accounts Payable operations. This drive toward more standardised AP and other financial processes will support the customer’s consolidation of multiple enterprise resource planning systems.

The company recognized ReadSoft’s SAP-certified solution, PROCESS DIRECTOR for financial process automation, as a reliable fit based on its tight integration with SAP and ReadSoft’s unparalleled track record of hundreds of cross regional implementations. By starting to automate its invoice processing seamlessly within SAP, the company looks forward to lower invoice processing cycle times, improved visibility and control, and the cost benefits of centralization. The sold solution is global covering several hundred thousand invoices per year across multiple SAP-instances and is part of a global roll-out. It was the breadth and reach of the full SAP-certified ReadSoft financial suite that was key in the selection.

“ReadSoft has again demonstrated its capability to meet the requirements of global enterprises that need proven SAP-solutions that deliver clear benefits ahead of our competitors,” says Per Åkerberg, President and CEO of ReadSoft. “In addition we are able to add further financial and business processes in the future, helping this customer to create a strong and on-going ROI.”

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