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Case Studies

 
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Frank’s Ice Cream

Frank's Ice Cream are a provider of branded and own-label premium ice cream.

Frank’s Ice Cream are a provider of branded and own-label premium ice cream, with customers including Tesco, Morrisons, Asda, Holland & Barrett and Waitrose. They’re using Opera 3 with Pegasus XRL reporting for all of their financial management and payroll needs, as well as to produce their monthly management accounts.

With a rapidly growing customer base and ambitious growth plans, Frank’s Ice Cream needed a finance solution which would not only support current needs, but would scale as the company expands. Having used software from Pegasus for over 10 years, the ice cream manufacturer had complete confidence in upgrading to Opera 3 and were particularly impressed with its potential for integration, easy to use intuitive interface, and reporting with Pegasus XRL, which allows them to import live data from Opera 3 into a spreadsheet for analysis and produce reports using the familiar Excel interface. The reports created can be saved for future use and will refresh at the click of a button, allowing access to live data, instantly.

“Having used software from Pegasus for many years, we still believe that it is the very best solution on the market for SMEs,” comments Commercial Director Renaldo Dallavalle. “Opera 3 is fully integrated, easy to use and enables us to produce our monthly management accounts quickly and easily. As our business expands, it’s crucial that we have an accounting system which we can rely on 100 per cent, so that we can focus on growing the business and increasing our profitability.”