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All Saints automates purchase invoicing with Image's Procura
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May '08
Specialist in document management and financial process automation, Image Integrators Limited, has signed up a new name to its retailer client base.

Young urban fashion retailer, All Saints, has opted for Image Integrators' technology in order to automate the processing of its incoming supplier invoices.

All Saints sells contemporary fashion for men and women. The company's success is based on a distinctive design ethos and what is described as “fast, fearless fashion combined with rock & roll attitude.”

Whilst the company prides itself on an anarchic take on fashion, it had no hesitation in opting for tried-and-tested solutions when it came to selecting technology to automate its financial processes and its purchase invoicing.

Having initially outsourced its Accounting function, All Saints brought this function inhouse some months ago and appointed staff to form an Accounts Payable department.

Its first step was to adopt CODA for financial management. As part of an integrated solution, All Saints specified invoice automation and the linking of invoice images and data to the Dream system.

CODA introduced All Saints to Image Integrators as the company best able to meet its requirements, and the contract was secured.

Explains Sally Lewis, Financial Controller at All Saints: “We selected Image Integrators on the strength of its CODA integration and, as a young company, we also felt we were getting good technology at an affordable price.”

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