Cloud Solutions provider Aqilla has announced the latest version of its popular mid-range Accounting and Business solution, which sees the introduction of new Inventory Control functionality much demanded by organisations wishing to control their stocks on an ‘on demand’ basis.
Stock can be managed from supply through to delivery and invoicing using a highly adaptable inventory mapping tool, which allows users to configure the system to behave in the way they want it to. Whether an organisation needs to manage anything from a just a few to thousands of discrete stock items (SKUs), Aqilla can scale to manage the buying and selling of products on demand 24/7 from anywhere.
Unlike some competitors, Aqilla has elected to not buy-in and bolt-on such additional functionality. Colin Christianson, Director and Co-Founder of Aqilla says: “Our new inventory and stock management functionality is completely integrated into the rest of the solution. As with the rest of the Aqilla ecosystem, Inventory Control provides support for the storing images of individual products against the respective SKU along with an extensible range of fields to provide extended descriptions, notes, costing and allocation methods. Furthermore Serial and batch numbers can be added to documents along with other analysis and statistics as required.”
George Paterson of New Zealand based Southern Capital, commented on the release “There is still a major gap in the market that can be filled by smart software such as Aqilla”.
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With Aqilla businesses do not have to put the brakes on to work out what products are on order, in stock or allocated to customer demand. Users gain benefit from:
- 100% and immediate visibility of stock availability
- Accurate costing
- A straightforward Event or Document Driven interface.