The Thalidomide Trust’s Finance Director Jenny Tunbridge talks about the process of implementing Aqilla and how it’s reduced costs and increased efficiency at The Trust.

PIB’s Group Finance Manager Will O’Keeffe talks about how Aqilla has helped to standardise systems and increase the speed of deployment when new businesses join the group as well as support their Cloud strategy.

Director of Finance and Information at City & Hackney GP Confederation speaks about why they chose Aqilla. Their 43 GP practices are responsible for delivering primary care services across the London Borough of Hackney and the City of London.

Spotlight’s CFO highlights the process of replacing the outdated, expensive and high-maintenance Great Plains accounting software with a Cloud-based Aqilla.

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.

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.

With around 45 employees, including some who work from home, Sunday Publishing were keen to improve processes as the business grows without the need to increase his departmental headcount. The Finance Director moved to cloud-based accounting software Aqilla to support a paperless office and benefit from integration with Salesforce.

When Argonaut Capital went looking for a new, cloud-based accounting package, the UK-based business had to be confident that the software would fundamentally comply with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)’s regulations on data protection and storage. Ruling out FinancialForce and NetSuite, Argonaut chose UK-based Aqilla and it was up and running in less than one month.

When ITN Mark was bought by the multinational Core Education and Technologies Ltd., it was the right time to move the company’s management reporting up a gear. Already doubtful of his existing system’s ability to meet reporting needs, ITN Mark’s Finance Director, Hetal Panchal worked with his provider to enhance the product but eventually had to roll with a final …

From 2015, all offenders who enter prison, even if just for a few days, must serve 12 months under supervision in the community. The new approach will see a change in the existing Probation Service and a far greater role for private and voluntary sector organisations which are to be paid by results. Essex Probation’s Director of Finance and Performance …