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.
Founded in 2006, Aqilla is the developer of online finance and accounting solutions designed for medium to large-sized businesses and organisations. All the features and tools a successful finance professional requires are delivered via a document-centric approach to accounting and finance.
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.
Aqilla’s cloud access means that our customers have a product that they can access from anywhere with an internet connection, whilst also receiving regular, instantaneous updates that won’t cost you extra.
Aqilla can be easily customised to suit your organisation’s specific needs, no matter how complex they may be.
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Formed in 2014 as a Community Interest Company, City & Hackney GP Confederation consists of 43 GP practices which are responsible for delivering primary care services across the London Borough of Hackney and the City of London.
They chose Cloud accounting software Aqilla because of its ability to be configured in a flexible way, addressing their specific reporting needs yet costing relatively little by monthly subscription. The Confederation also liked the system’s easy navigation and ability to integrate with Excel.
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.
So far, £4.9 billion worth of cloud purchases have been secured via the G-Cloud Procurement framework, with 81% of this coming through central government.
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.
As a company grows, it is essential that the accounting and reporting capabilities grow with it. However, selecting the correct accounting solution, whether that be web-based or on-premise, can be a daunting process – with more than 600 products to choose from in the UK alone, how do you know that you are choosing the right one?