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Mehrdad Modarres, the finance director of Food Alert, was on a mission to simplify the capture and processing of invoices for a decade and has
invested significantly in the development of their own POM (Piece of Mind) invoice processing application.
Mehrdad was diligent in this process, spending over 100 hours researching the market, looking at dozens of applications including Paperless, Concur, Kofax, Basware and many others before finding Compleat in October 2017.
Now, Food Alert achieves efficiency savings above 90% by automating the accounts payable process with Compleat.
reduction of the accounts payable process
with existing ERP solution - Sage 50
users of Compleat
Don't take our word for it. Take theirs.
"Compleat was a revelation as it seemed to have been designed specifically to meet my immediate requirements. The alternatives either did not have the functionality I required or were priced for much larger organisation and too complex and expensive for our business.
My primary objective remains to save everyone in our business time and I can confidently say that, with Compleat, the time savings can be in excess of 90% over any manual AP process.
I can also say with equal confidence that there is no equivalent application on the market"
Mehrdad - Finance Director
Compleat worked as advertised and saved the accounts department a great deal of time.
Food Alert upgraded, becoming the first beta site utilising real time integration into their Sage Line 50 accounting software which is deployed locally in the Food Alert offices.
The 5 named user deployment retails at just £45 per month, making it both affordable and justifiable for every business.
The Future Is Now
Mehrdad then contacted Compleat, speaking at length to Phil Douglas (MD) to share his thoughts. A couple of months later, he met with Neil Robertson (CEO) to discuss a 51-point agenda of proposed enhancements for Compleat.
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