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Closing January With A New ReleaseClosing January With A New Release

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.

7 Tips To Prevent Data Breaches And Help You Stay Secure7 Tips To Prevent Data Breaches And Help You Stay Secure

Security starts with the little things. It starts at home, with your mobile device and inside your office. Before focusing on the global security of your business data, make sure you have your own covered.

Nova Accountica: 99% Users Satisfied With CloudNova Accountica: 99% Users Satisfied With Cloud

This issue includes an overview of user satisfaction with Cloud and our analysis of Investigator Powers Act first commented by ReallySimpleSystems' CEO John Paterson, among other topics.

A New Aqilla Release Just In Time For Christmas Holidays: 16hA New Aqilla Release Just In Time For Christmas Holidays: 16h

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

New Aqilla Release: 16gNew Aqilla 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:

Nova Accountica: Summer 2016 Came With New EnhancementsNova Accountica: Summer 2016 Came With New Enhancements

This summer we brought to our clients a number of features including some important enhancements to the overall user experience of the Home Screen. Read a real story from one of our customers, explore the impact of "brexit" on business and know more about the latest UK Gov G-Cloud framework.

Shard Capital Gains from Aqilla’s Rich Functionality and Low Price PointShard Capital Gains from Aqilla’s Rich Functionality and Low Price Point

Running the company’s General Ledger on the back end of a trading system, financial services start-up Shard Capital Partners became regulated and began trading with just four staff in 2011. By 2014, frustrated with a lack of functionality and cumbersome reporting, the company's CFO recognised the need for software which could provide a better way to manage the growing company’s accounting information and contribute valuable insights. Read our Case Study and find out how Aqilla supports Shard's growing financial team at the core of their business.

Aqilla Release 1606Aqilla Release 1606

New Home Screen & Gadgets available with Aqilla 1606 Release.

Aqilla Have Been Selected As A G-Cloud 8 SupplierAqilla Have Been Selected As A G-Cloud 8 Supplier

We are happy to announce that we have been selected as the as a G-Cloud 8 supplier and our profile is live on The Digital Marketplace.

How The Local Government Boundary Commission For England Use Aqilla To Improve TransparencyHow The Local Government Boundary Commission For England Use Aqilla To Improve Transparency

In 2015, the Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) identified a need to improve unit costing. In the light of continuing budget cuts and in a drive to improve transparency, the Commission wanted to allocate all costs to individual projects. Simultaneously, it was decided the Commission would move to a cloud-based infrastructure. With an office relocation imminent, it was also time to move away from their outsourced back office arrangements and implement their own accounting system. The project team implemented cloud-based accounting software Aqilla, allowing the LGBCE to take on full responsibility for its financial information.

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