Compleat targets global expansion with Sage Intacct integration

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Spend management software provider Compleat Software has expanded its relationship with Sage, adding a new integration between iCompleat and Sage Intacct.

Designed to streamline the accounts payable process, the expanded relationship will see the firm market and sell its AI-powered iCompleat Buy to Pay service on the Sage Intacct Marketplace.

The move becomes the third integration between the two companies, following previous Sage 50 and Sage 500 additions, and forms part of Compleat’s plans to expand internationally in places such as North America and Australia.

“The simplicity, rapid deployment, increased levels of automation, and cost savings achieved when buying online makes iCompleat an asset for every business,” said Annabel Sim, VP of global sales at Compleat. “This expanded partnership will help our solution to stand out and be successfully adopted in the USA and Australia, in addition to the success achieved in the UK already.”

Initially focused on North America, Sage’s Intacct integrated services repository was recently launched in the UK and Australia and is the first and only preferred financial management service of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).

Compleat’s software is the first accounts payable automation add-on with a built-in online buying service available on the platform. Its latest product allows users to make Amazon Business purchases from iCompleat, enabling automated invoice matching with simple product ordering tasks.

Through AI and machine learning, the software automates the cycle of buying, invoice capture and approval processes. This increases accounts payable efficiency, the firm said, and eliminates the risk of fraud by providing full visibility and control of company spend.

“We continue to add powerful solutions to the Sage Intacct Marketplace,” commented Eileen Wiens, VP of business development for Sage Intacct. “Sage Intacct customers can now benefit from the built-in online buying functionality and Compleat’s partnership with Amazon Business which takes the Buy to Pay software functionality to a whole new level of automation and end convenience.”

Daniel Todd

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