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Product Release 2021.07

Full release notes for Aqilla version 2021.07 which includes: New Smart Event functionality, further improvements to Statement of Accounts, support for HSBC Faster Payments and 3rd party integration with Purchase Invoice Matching.

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Product Release 2021.06

Product Release 2021.06 – Extended support to include maintenance of “Super Entities” using the Aqilla Microsoft Excel Add-in and via the API plus more effective debt collection support.

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Product Release 2021.05

Full release notes for Aqilla 2021.05. New “UX2 powered” Document Control Desk, extended built-in email addressing capabilities for automatic debtor statements and changes to MTD.

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Product Release 2021.04

Full release notes for Version 2021.04, including enhanced financial analysis capabilities, digital signature technology and sophisticated intelligent data upload.

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Product Release: 2021.01

Full release notes of Version 2021.01, including the new-look User Interface and changes to the Document Summary.

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Product Release: 2020.10

Release notes for Aqilla Product Release 2020.10, including Postponed VAT Accounting (PVA), changes to the Debtor Edit View, and a range of other minor upgrades.

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Product Release: 2020.04

The latest release of Aqilla is now available to all customers: 2020.04, including many new additions to Excel Add-ins and Ledger Change Audits.

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Product release: 2020.02

The latest release of Aqilla is now available to all customers 2020.02, including: new icons, MTD, Workflow Groups and Data Audit.

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Release note 2001 aqilla cloud accounting

Product Release: 2001

A new decade brings forth the latest version of Aqilla. As well as a range of enhancements to the platform, including further transformational improvements moving over to our principle hosting provider, Amazon Web Services – the Aqilla platform is based on “Enterprise Class” Cloud architecture running on servers based in the United Kingdom.

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Product Release: 1910

Aqilla (1910) is the first Autumn release and contains some amazing new features, with particular focus on speeding up the whole process of submitting data to HMRC at both headquarter and operating subsidiary level to decrease time-consuming inter-company reconciliations along with any potentially erroneous and expensive delays.

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Product Release: 1906

The June 2019 release (1906) of Aqilla brings forward an exciting range of features including updates to VAT adjustments, VAT returns in foreign currencies, ability to hide rows in financial reports and a new style API for account balances. You can watch a brief video overview here, or read on to find out more.

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Product Release: 1905

Over the past weekend we rolled out the latest release of our class leading accounting and business platform. The latest version includes a string of product enhancements adding a number of new features, as well changes designed to enhance overall product stability and provide even more robust security for users.

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Product Release: 1903

The March 2019 release of Aqilla (1903) sees a whole new range of features bringing forth new Making Tax Digital (MTD) functionality for automatically submitting VAT information to HMRC; an option to filter on additional system attributes when using the Automatic Transaction Matching function; new Expense and Expense / Timesheet only user types; a whole range of enhancements to the user interface including coloured background themes, date entry shortcuts etc. and significant upgrade to the Microsoft Excel Add-In (which requires a mandatory upgrade to the Add-In) which now enables users to post to multiple companies, ledger dimensions and period within a single worksheet.

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Product Release: 1812

The current payment process generates a single payment transaction per creditor irrespective of the number of invoices being paid. Because of this consolidation, the payment transactions do not contain any analysis information that may

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Product Release: 1810

A new flag, called Protected, has been added to the Expense Type definition. If set, the expense type is only available to an expense user if they have been given permission to use this expense type. This is done by adding the specific expense type permission to a role that has been given to the user.

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Product Release: 1807

We are pleased to announce the launch of the latest version of Aqilla. It’s been a slightly longer than normal period between releases this time around as we’re introducing some pretty fundamentally sophisticated changes which will be welcomed by a lot of our customers accounting for multiple companies.

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Product Release: 1802

Of particular note to many customers will be the introduction of a major new feature that allows the creation of Bank Transactions directly from imported Bank Statements. For a video on this click here.

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Product Release: 1712

The latest releases of Aqilla see another swathe of enhancements to the built-in Workflow Groups Editor. Along with a new “User First” perspective, Documents in the last state of a Workflow can now be selected in Document Enquiry views, allowing them to be printed. The workflow copying facility also now ensures that no more than one “Own” permission exists for Access, Transition and Modification rights for the target user globally in all groups.

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Product Release: 1708

The latest “1708” Aqilla Cloud platform is now available featuring brand new enhancements such as, new workflow groups, improved email to avoid anti-spam filters and financial reports which you can download straight to PDFs.

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Product Release: 1704

The latest “1704” Aqilla Cloud platform is already running this release. To take advantage of the new features including optimised reporting from Microsoft Excel, users are encouraged to download the updated client software.

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Product Release: 1701

Ah, January… Our least favourite month of the year. Some call it January blues, dry January or even a post-Christmas money challenge. At Aqilla, however, we call it a New Release month, with our latest functionality update.

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Product Release: 16H

Following on from the release in October, we’re pleased that November comes with another update to the core Aqilla system (16h).

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Product Release: 16G

Welcome to the latest release of Aqilla. Following on from the extensive array of new user experience features in 1606, 16g (yes, we are changing the basis as to how we identify new releases) includes the following enhancements:

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Product Release: 1606

The 1606 release of Aqilla includes a number of features including some significant enhancements to the overall user experience which improves significantly the utility of the Home screen. By way of example, the new “Top N” gadget type allows a user to display the outcome of a saved enquiry profile and display a selected range of columns directly on the Home screen. Users can click directly on an item in the list and drill straight through to the document or account with a single click of the mouse.

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Product Release: 1605

THE UEFA EURO 2016 IS HERE. Everyone is ready. The tournament has started, we took the national t-shirt out of the closet and added the games dates to our calendar. But there’s more…

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Product Release: 1602

We didn’t spend Shrove Tuesday eating pancakes or Nutella crepes (well not exclusively!). Yesterday, we were working on a new release, with delicious new features and enhancements to make your day just a little bit sweeter.

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Product Release: 1601

Following on from the release in November of a new version of SharperLight, we’re pleased that the new year comes with another update to the core Aqilla system (1601).

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Product Release: 1508

Summer is not over yet, and neither are our enhancements. You can find Aqilla’s 1508 principal enhancements already published on our software.

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Product Release: 1506

Anyone for tennis? Some fantastic new functionality is released in the latest release of Aqilla.

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Product Release: 1503

We’d like to wish all our customers a very Happy Easter and at the same time we are pleased to announce the introduction of a new set of enhancements as part of our 1503 version release.

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Product Release: 1502

February sees the “quadragesimatic” release of Aqilla introducing a whole range of new enhancements to the leading mid-range Cloud based accounting and business solution:

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Product Release: 1412

December sees another range of new enhancements which are available to all users on demand.

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Product Release: 1401

The VAT report has been enhanced to support the reporting of Reverse Charge VAT if it is applicable to your business. The reverse charge provisions are a simplification measure to avoid the need for suppliers to register in an EU Member State where they supply their services.

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Product Release: 1308

September beckons in a new release of Aqilla, the best mid-market, multi currency accounting software in the world. All customers can now take advantage of the following further enhancements with immediate effect.

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Product Release: 1307

The over-arching theme of the latest release of Aqilla is to help users get more done, more quickly. Enhancements include:

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Product Release: GAME, SET AND MATCH. LATEST UPDATES IN AQILLA 1306.

Summer is here so along with the tennis, the strawberries and cream (and probably umbrellas) we’re pleased to release a whole range of new features in Aqilla, all of which are provided to all end-users on a opt-in, use as needed basis.

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Product Release: 1304

We are pleased to introduce another range of enhancements in the latest version of the advanced Cloud based accounting and business system from Aqilla.

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Product Release: 1303

Easter brings a range of further enhancements to the mid range Cloud based accounting and business solution from Aqilla in the form of the 1303 release.

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Product Release: 1301

The principal enhancements have been to the underlying architecture resulting in improvements to performance in a number of areas.

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Product Release: 1212

Latest Release of Aqilla sees the addition of Combined Cheque and Remittances along with new API features.

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Product Release: 1210

New season, new functionality. As the evenings draw in and Autumn beckons, we are pleased to announce that a new version of Aqilla (1210) was released today.

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Product Release: 1208

The client accounts feature provides the capability of specifying that a creditor account may be invoiced using sales invoices and sales credit notes as well as handling purchase invoices and purchase credit notes. By setting a new “Client Account” setting on the creditor record to “Yes” and linking a customer account to it using the Creditor Account Code in “Statement Receiver”, you may now create sales invoices using this new customer linked to the creditor account.

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Product Release: 1205

We are pleased to announce that another new release of Aqilla has been released on Monday 28th May 2012.

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Olympic Release

Product Release: Olympic Release

The Miscellaneous Document has been enhanced so that the value columns are now no longer reset after the upload to remove the signs. The displayed Credit/Debit column has also been removed. In line with the other document types, only the new document reference will be returned if the document has been successfully uploaded.

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Product Release: 1204

Two auto-expansion options have been added to provide better control of how the Financial Reports are displayed. A new configurable process has been added to calculate and post unrealised currency exchange differences To use this process users need to identify which currency is to be re-valued, at the same time nominating an appropriate Unrealised Exchange Gain and Loss account(s).

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Product Release: 1201

A new function has been added to the Configuration tab to turn on auditing of data changes to any reference data or document. When switched on all changes to the selected entities are logged, detailing who changed what and when. These changes may be viewed by the Audit Viewer found under the Enquiries tab.

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Product Release: 1110

This version is released 2nd November 2011 and includes: enhancements to Enquiry Data Filters, Field Level Permissions, Company Information – Contact Details per Document Type and User Definable Attributes

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Product Release: 1108

A new function has been added under the Journals tab to enable corrections to be made to journals that have been posted to the ledger. The function requests a Journal Number and displays the details of the transactions within that journal. The user is able to make amendments to the fields shown as editable and Post the changes back to…

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Product Release: 1107

Calculated Columns have been enhanced to enable users to create their own calculated columns. To do this, users simply select a Column Type “Calculation” and in the Formula field specify the calculation in terms of the other columns defined in the report. It is straightforward to use, and a calculation may include other columns in the report and constants using

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Product Release: 1105

The layout of the Excel reports exported from the Financial Reports have been improved to set the column widths more accurately, thus making the reports more readable without having to reformat the columns within Excel. Within the Configuration of Financial Reports it is now possible to copy a whole report definition.

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Product Release: 1102

A number of enhancements have been made to the processing of payments to help minimise errors when making the payment selections. The improvements are as follows: An additional payments file option has been added to support Barclays Bank “Sage” format. The format can be selected by a new option (Payments Export Format) within the Company Information function found under the …

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Product Release: 1101

Please note that the Aqilla Add-in is not currently supported on the 64bit versions of Excel. This is due major differences in the way web services are handled between the 32bit and the 64bit versions of Excel. Month or year end doesn’t have to be slow or difficult. Here is a best practice guide to the busiest times of th

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