Ideal for managing a multitude of companies / legal entities / SPV’s, often utilising a variety of disparate accounting systems. iplicit makes consolidation and reporting easy, enabling real-time visibility across the entire portfolio.
With highly configurable authorisations and workflow, all stakeholders can have secure, permission-based access, to the information that is relevant to them. Whether this be as a fund manager, the business itself or its accountancy practice. Dashboards / enquiries have no limit to the number of fields that can be interrogated and all attributes within the system, at any level, can be reported upon in real time.
With the system enabling faster, more informed, decision-making for company staff, its advisors and investors – from any platform and anywhere in the world – FD’s within Asset Management firms are recognising that comprehensive cloud-accounting solutions, capable of dealing with this level of complexity, are no longer the domain of the very costly enterprise-only solutions.
Over 40 man-years of development have been invested to ensure that iplicit software is not only a state-of-the-art, cloud-based offering, but is also a solution that is overwhelmingly sympathetic to the needs of the SPV / Asset Management organisations.
Suitable for organisations typically from 25 to 500 staff and as winner of the 2020 Accounting Excellence Software Awards, iplicit represents the best in SaaS, cloud-based accounting software for the small and medium-sized business.
The original Exchequer team spent 17 years (1988-2005) providing leading-edge accounting software to thousands of organisations. The original founders, and key members of their core team, have come together again to join iplicit with the specific intention of appealing to organisations that are ready to take the next step and embrace the additional capabilities now afforded by cloud-based technology that just aren’t available with on-premise solutions.
Accounting Excellence Awards 2020
It’s very simple to run an upto-the-minute report on latest invoices or single supplier invoices and instantly identify any variations. From a cash flow perspective, it’s creating a lot of positive change in the routines as to how we used to do things.”