The Ledger

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Meagan Mujushi

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How a Scalable Solution Automates Bundled Contracts

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ASC 606 - A Customer Story

We gather many insights from customers as we go about solutioning their revenue recognition automation. ASC 606 was billed as the reason everyone wanted to automate. But really, it turns out, it has just been a catalyst...

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Thankful in Nepal: Operation Kanchenjunga with Aptitude Software and Q. Learning

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Feeling thankful.  

Shamica Vivekanand, Senior Director of Product Architecture at Aptitude RevStream, recently took part in Aptitude Software's charitable initiative with Q. Learning - 'Operation Kanchenjunga' - in a very rural part of Nepal....

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What Does Revenue Mean to You?

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There appears to be confusion around the use of the term revenue. Dependent on your industry, revenue can have very different definitions. Revenue management has also become an industry-dependent term. Revenue to a hotel is different from that of...

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What is Your Back-up Plan for ASC 606 Implementation? Learn from the Early Movers.

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Are you lagging behind in planning for ASC 606 revenue recognition changes? 

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RevStream Acquired by Aptitude Software

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RevStream Founder and CEO Rajiv Chopra, pictured with Aptitude Software President and CEO Tom Crawford, celebrate the merger announcement!

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The Top 5 Reasons Why RevStream 5X is Better Than the Rest

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Introducing RevStream 5X, our completely redesigned Enterprise Revenue Lifecycle Management Suite. Here’s the top 5 reasons why RevStream 5X is 5 times better than the rest:

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Aptitude Software parent company, Microgen, named UK's top publicly quoted tech company by Megabuyte

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IFRS 17’s Contractual Service Margin – an actuarial or accounting issue?

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Our CEO shares his thoughts with Accounting Today

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Multinational companies could be heading for a 'leaseberg' of huge proportions

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