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Anglo Beef Processors beefs up document management to save cash

Antony Savvas

Anglo Beef Processors (ABP) is streamlining its accounts-payable processes and improving its cash collection by implementing new document management and imaging software.

ABP, which supplies beef to leading European retailers including Sainsbury's and Asda, is rolling out Version One's full portfolio of systems across ten sites.

This software will be tightly integrated into ABP's Movex ERP system, enabling the electronic creation, delivery, authorisation and storage of incoming and outgoing documents, including invoices, proof of delivery documents and statements.

ABP is also implementing Version One's intelligent document processing system for the automated capture of data from purchase invoices, farmer records and timesheets.

Dave Barratt, ABP group MIS manager, said, "Our accounts payable and accounts receivable processes are manual-based making them inherently time-consuming and prone to error.

"By implementing document management and imaging technology, which will be tightly integrated into our Movex system, we are automating these processes and eliminating paper-chasing, whilst making substantial time and cost savings."


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