Oxfordshire-based building services engineering company F.G. Alden has introduced the Windows printing module to its Causeway Vixen Financials suite. This will enable the company to reduce paperwork and streamline the exchange of transaction documents with suppliers. The company also uses Vixen Engineer’s Diary for the management of its mobile service and maintenance workforce.

F.G. Alden undertakes the project management, design, installation, and maintenance of all mechanical, public health and electrical building services. The company operates a team of service and maintenance engineers providing both preventative and reactive maintenance and uses Vixen Financials to manage transactions with the supply chain. Previously, many financial documents such as invoices and purchase orders were exchanged by fax. With the Vixen Windows printing module these documents can now be printed directly to PDF format for emailing, thus saving considerable amount of time on processing paperwork. A further benefit is the reduction in stationery costs and the use of paper in the workplace. In using Engineer’s Diary, F.G. Alden has also taken tighter control of the management of field-based staff, as all jobs are recorded in the Engineer’s Diary and allocated from there. Discover more on Causeway Vixen Financials.

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