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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

Aqilla launches essential events for the modern finance professional

A webseminar programme to quickly and simply demystify current hot topics within the accounting industry

Accountancy Age publish latest research from Aqilla

"Flexibility not cost driving ICAEW members to cloud" ICAEW poll reveals finance professionals are persuaded by the flexibility of online computing rather than cost

Cost no longer driving adoption of web-based applications

Accessibility, flexibility and collaboration seen as main benefits, according to latest research from Aqilla

Aqilla featured in Computer Weekly

Small and mid-sized businesses now have an arsenal of hosted services at their disposal, which they can access through a web browser and a secure internet link

What’s in a name?What’s in a name?

As well as using technology, using the right “terminology” is just as important to the modern enterprise. It improves understanding, helps set expectations, speeds up communication and reduces errors.

ICAEW Road Shows

Aqilla partners with ICAEW IT Faculty for ICAEW Road Shows

What makes Aqilla different?What makes Aqilla different?

Back in 2006 SaaS Accounting was in its infancy. Today, with virtually complete national broadband coverage; mobile broadband reducing in price and the increasing popularity of mobile devices such as Netbooks etc. have all had a profound impact on the marketplace.

Aqilla mashes Google with accounting

Following a low profile beta test period, London UK based Aqilla has come out of beta with an on-demand accounting application but with several twists

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