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Aqilla Showcases the very latest in web-based accounting at Softworld 2010

Aqilla once again takes its place in the Online Accounting Zone at Softworld 2010 - 19th to 20th October at ExCel London - the only exhibition where you can discuss your business needs with leading providers of accounting and finance systems

Cloud Computing: Flexibility drives take-up, not savings

Aqilla's Hugh Scantlebury thinks evangelists who emphasise the Cloud's cost advantages are missing the point

10 Essential Questions to ask10 Essential Questions to ask

This whitepaper outlines ten questions to ask your supplier during the selection process and highlights the key areas medium-sized organisations should consider when evaluating an accounting system.

Beyond Entry Level Book-keepingBeyond Entry Level Book-keeping

If you’re running a growing business the challenges you face in reporting, analysis and control will grow with you. This guide from Aqilla will spell out the commonly felt problems and outline some solutions

Time & Money - Your most important assetsTime & Money - Your most important assets

Too many companies are failing to maximise their commercial opportunities because they simply have neither the time nor ability to proactively monitor and assess business performance

Telegraph feature Aqilla

The Telegraph feature Aqilla in their "Cloud Computing - 5 steps to making the most of cloud" supplement

AccountingWEB interview

In this AccountingWEB interview, Aqilla's Hugh Scantlebury explains why he is fed up with evangelists who tout "business intelligence" as the answer to all managers' information problems

V3 Magazine discuss increasing use of Internet

Phil Muncaster's (V3 Magazine)and Hugh Scantlebury discuss Deloitte Consulting’s latest report which predicts organisations will increasingly embrace internet technologies to connect the corporate or self purchased devices of remote workers to their networks

It sounds like a great idea but ...It sounds like a great idea but ...

What excuses will people face in moving to web based accounting. Earlier in 2009 a study by Kelton Research on behalf of Avenade of over 500 C-level executives and IT decision makers across 17 countries in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific

Accessibility, flexibility and collaboration are keyAccessibility, flexibility and collaboration are key

The majority of finance professionals see the ability to use applications anywhere and collaboratin withy colleagues as the key drivers for adopting web based services

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