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7 Key trends in finance software you need to know about


Change is coming. And it’s coming fast.

Staying up to date with the latest advancements is crucial, but with finance tech evolving so rapidly, finding the time can be challenging.

More importantly, how can you distinguish between a over-hyped fad and a lasting trend?

That’s where this free guide comes in.

Download your copy today to gain insights from prominent voices in accountancy and finance on the trends they believe will truly revolutionise finance in 2024.

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iplicit is a high-growth, disruptive cloud-based accounting software designed to bridge the gap for multi-entity and rapidly expanding businesses that have surpassed the capabilities of entry-level systems. With unlimited dimensions, enhanced reporting capabilities, and greater flexibility, iplicit helps organisations that struggle with outdated, legacy, on-premise systems to upgrade to next-generation finance software without sacrificing functionality. The platform seamlessly integrates with other cloud-based applications and offers a migration path from your existing system. Users can enjoy real-time consolidated reporting, task automation, speedy implementation, and a public API to break down data silos. The software was developed by founder Ian Andrews after decades of experience installing high-end ERP systems. He was joined by Rob Steele and Eduardo Loigorri, founders of finance software business Exchequer which installed thousands of UK-based systems during the 1990s and 2000s. iplicit has achieved triple-digit percentage growth each year since its launch in 2019 and now employs around 80 people. User numbers have grown to more than 10,000 in 72 countries and are expected to reach 65,000 in 2025. There are more than 1,000 businesses and non-profit organisations using the software and the figure is expected to reach 5,930 in 2025.