Customer Win: Dublin-based independent advisor on corporate and trust structures

Aqilla is proud to announce it has been selected by a leading international independent advisor on corporate and trust structures, based in the heart of the financial district in Dublin, Ireland.

As part of their strategy to move to cloud solutions, Aqilla was seen as the ideal way to help them to improve control and reporting. As a project-based business, they needed a solution that provided a complete view of their client projects and could be integrated with other solutions across the business.

Key considerations and requirements

  • Cloud-based
  • Cost-effective
  • Project costing and analysis
  • Time recording
  • Open API integration

Goals Achieved

  • Reduced admin burden
  • Improved reporting
  • Improved control
  • Full MS Excel integration
  • Rapid implementation

“With Aqilla we will be able to dramatically reduce the effort required to produce monthly management reports whilst at the same time improve controls and reduce costs.”

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