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Where do your royalties lie?

Posted by Sarah Werner

You may or may not have heard of Victor Willis but chances are you've heard of the band, The Village People. In the late 1970's, Victor co-wrote many of their hits such as "YMCA" and "Macho Man."  After parting ways with the band in 1980, it seemed...

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Realizing revenue recognition reporting requirements

Posted by Ross Chapman

Following up on our earlier announcement, Aptitude Software today released the Aptitude Revenue Recognition Engine. The new product helps enterprises to face new IASB and FASB accounting rules for 'Revenue Recognition from Contracts with Customers'...

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IBM releases 2014 Tech Trends study

Posted by Ross Chapman

For the latest instalment, IBM conducted a survey of over 1,400 decision makers and returned again to the success of a group of organizations they call Pacesetters, defined as companies that have successfully gained a competitive advantage from the...

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Keeping the US talking

Posted by Ross Chapman

Aptitude Software President, Tom Crawford, states “the telecommunications industry is facing a major shift in revenue recognition practices as the result of the new IFRS 15 accounting rules passed earlier this year and this project is part of an...

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Will you be at IBM Insights?

Posted by Sarah Werner

Through October 26 - 30, Aptitude Software will be in attendance at one of the biggest shows in the world of big data.

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Visit Aptitude Software at London's Teradata User Group - 3rd Nov 2014

Posted by Sarah Werner

Aptitude is a proud partner of Teradata and has worked with them for a number of years to discover new ways to help maximise the potential offered by their appliances and platform.

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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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