Robertson rides again as Compleat chief

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The former UK head of Great Plains Software has returned to the fray as chief executive of procurement-to-pay specialist Compleat Software. John Stokdyk reports

Neil Robertson left Great Plains in 2001, shortly before the North Dakota-based ERP developer was acquired by Microsoft. Since then he has been advising venture capitalist Sir Peter Michael's Stockford Group. This relationship ended up with Robertson taking the reins at Compleat (formerly Vectra IT), a small, Norwich-based company that developed the inSight purchase-to-pay and expenses management system.

The inSight Procurement program presents users with web portals tailored for their roles as buyers, approvers or administrators and automatically directs requisitions and invoices to the right people for authorisation or act...

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