Disparate systems within the healthcare sector are rife. This is due to an infrastructure that has evolved over time within an increasingly complex industry. The ability to integrate this data into one set of reports usually depends upon manual data entry, spreadsheets and email.
There is a compelling desire for a platform that can effectively manage people, suppliers, resources and regulatory reporting. All of which play perfectly to Aqilla’s strengths of integration with other systems, timesheet/expenses control delivered within a secure and robust cloud infrastructure.
Aqilla is one of just six suppliers to be awarded a place on the Sub-Lot for finance software, and will now be available for not just the 75 London-based NHS organisations and social enterprises, but also the whole of the UK public sector. NHS LPP ranked Aqilla’s bid as top-ranked in the Finance Software Sub-Lot.
Aqilla is proud to work with many organisations across the public sector, facilitated by our inclusion on the UK government’s popular G-Cloud procurement framework.
Since the Cloud First policy was announced back in 2013, Government departments have increasingly benefited from Cloud technology that is driving improved performance and decreased costs.
In this eBook we look into how widespread cloud adoption throughout the public sector can improve efficiency and save on costs, as well as the finer detail of end-user benefits.
Contact us to discuss how next generation accounting and finance technology can help your organisation.
Director of Finance and Information at City & Hackney GP Confederation speaks about why they chose Aqilla. Their 43 GP practices are responsible for delivering primary care services across the London Borough of Hackney and the City of London.View
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