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UK leads the way in adoption of Cloud Accounting

Really Simple Systems - one of the world's largest Cloud CRM vendors, have released the findings of their recent research into the adoption of Cloud vs. In-House systems.

Olympic release

We are pleased to announce that version 1207 of Aqilla has been released on Tuesday 10th July. In keeping with our regular stream of updates made practical by our use of a modern Agile development methodology, this latest version includes the following additions:

Version 1205 of Aqilla is released

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

Aqilla uptime 99.98%

For the past 34,705 hours, the Aqilla system has been unavailable for just 8 (mostly unsocial) hours in total!

Version 1204 of Aqilla is released

We are pleased to announce that another new release of Aqilla has been released on Thursday 12th April

Back-office efficiency achieved in just 6 weeksBack-office efficiency achieved in just 6 weeks

Tired of complex, unwieldy and hard to use on-premise solutions, Michelin starred Ristorante Semplice wanted to retain visibility of the transactional data within their operational systems. Read this Cloud accounting case study outlining how all their requirements were met in just six weeks.

Version 1201 of Aqilla is released

We are pleased to announce that version 1201 of Aqilla has been released on Monday 23rd January. The principal enhancements included in this release relate to Data Audit, Automatic Bank Reconciliation, Attachments using external links and online help.

Version 1110 of Aqilla is released

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

Driven by demand. Cloud at its best.Driven by demand. Cloud at its best.

Aqilla thrives on user input, great ideas and agile development. Review some of the key developments that have been made in the past six months, we also feature an article from Mark Robinson, CEO at Kimble applications who discusses "Professional Services - how to get it right without multiple systems and spreadsheets."

Aqilla's Hugh Scantlebury features in Director of Finance Autumn/Winter 2011/12

Integrated management information systems, that rely upon a combination of standard packaged accounting software and spreadsheet tools, demand constant vigilance and care to deliver accurate financial information and tailored business intelligence. You can achieve better results by enabling your finance system and spreadsheets to work more efficiently and more securely together, to follow are ten key things to consider:

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