SalesForce – UK-Based Company, Co-operatives UK, Leaves Sage Financials, Gains Increased Reporting Efficiency with Accounting Seed
Salesforce Connection: A Top Priority
Co-operatives UK represents thousands of co-operative businesses. From high street retailers to community owned pubs, co-operatives are everywhere and worth £38 billion to the UK economy.
With over 800 members, Co-operatives UK manages a significant amount of data. They needed an accounting platform that seamlessly integrates with Salesforce. As a native accounting solution on Salesforce, Accounting Seed was the clear choice.
“The training for the staff team was successful […] People who are on Salesforce could be on Accounting Seed within hours,” said Shepherd.
Co-operatives UK Gains True Efficiency
The decision of SAGE to discontinue Sage Financials from December 2021 could have been a major problem. With a 15% increase in financial reporting efficiency, the move to Accounting Seed proved the best decision. “Choosing Accounting Seed was the right choice for Co-operatives UK and we look forward to increasing our efficiency and expertise even more,” said Shepherd.
The transition to Accounting Seed was complete very quickly and without major issues. The initial scoping process was handled by VP of EMEA Sales, Shane Deacon.
“Shane Deacon has been brilliant. He’s done above and beyond. And we don’t see that everywhere,” said Shepherd.
Click here to read Co-operatives full story with details on cloud-based accounting, reporting functionality, and better management of Making Tax Digital (MTD).
About Accounting Seed
Headquartered in Columbia, Md., Accounting Seed was founded in 2008 by Tony Zorc, a CPA and former CFO who believes in a better way to do accounting. The platform’s innovative, flexible, and robust architecture allows customers to manage their financial data, their way. Powered by the Salesforce platform, Accounting Seed’s secure and trusted technology enables a 360-degree view of a customer’s business, putting the time back in their hands. For more information, visit accountingseed.com.
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