SE Tyres seeking greater control with Cam’s integrated ledgers
SE Tyres has incorporated the new integrated ledgers from Cam Systems into its Cameo data stream. The software provider says the new system will allow the fast fitter’s network to interrogate its financials more robustly. SE’s auditor says the system will allow the business to exert greater control over the business.
Cam integrated ledgers are designed to enable tyre operators to make more informed decisions based on full visibility of data, such as trading analysis, supplier rebates and auto bank reconciliation. Built on Microsoft technology, Cam says the system removes inefficient double keying of transactional data and acts as a bridge between the operational finance reports housed in Cameo and the trading analysis held within the final accounts position.
Chartered accountant and SE Tyres’ auditor John Warner says Cam’s integrated ledgers “are the foundations of our business intelligence and actively promote the integration of front and back end systems to deliver joined up business information across the organisation.”
Mike Allen, managing director of CAM Systems, adds: “Key to integrated ledgers’ development is the understanding of industry-specific business processes and workflows, enabling us to establish relevant methodology for the management of tyre operators’ financial areas such as supplier rebates which are unique to the tyre industry.”