Digital accounting made simple for city cathedral

With such a huge amount of digital accounting platforms available to choose from today, often businesses who self-select a software without taking advice on which would best suit their needs, end up with an expensive package that just doesn’t quite do the job.

As a must-see attraction in the North West, Chester Cathedral is a vibrant community of worship within an ancient abbey offering popular experiences from heritage tours to falconry displays. Having already made steps to introduce digital accounting to the organisation, it had been working from Sage200, a powerful business management system offering stock management and top-level reporting. While it served a purpose, there were alternative Sage products available which were much more suited to the Cathedral’s needs.

Ian Gee, finance officer at Chester Cathedral, had identified that Sage50 would be a more supportive alternative for the organisation, so took to Google to find an expert in Sage software. He came across one of Champion’s business advisory specialists and a qualified Sage Expert.