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Nature Head Office
Year established 1996
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No employees 20-49 Employees
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Presentation bluQube

Simply, bluQube is a comprehensive finance and accounting system designed to assist your business in solving every day financial challenges in a practical and simplified way. bluQube has been specifically developed to help you challenge the way you think about finance.



Through cloud and browser-based technology with multi-device access, bluQube transforms finance operations to deliver cross-organisation efficiencies, sophisticated management information and a different way of seeing finance. With a user friendly interface designed to provide your core finance team with all the necessary functionality they need, while remaining intuitive for non-finance budget holders and senior management.



bluQube will usher in an all new level of efficiency to the way your business operates.

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  • Jul 16 2019
    Other

    Why We Love Oracle!

    Why We Love Oracle!

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    Here at bluQube we think that Oracle really is the best IT solution out there for any business system. Because if you’re serious about new technology, you seriously need to consider Oracle. That’s why it was our first choice platform when building bluQube
    Value for Money
    You know how sometimes a product is just so good that people think it must be out of their price range? Everyone knows that Oracle is an amazing piece of kit, but a lot of people think that means it must be expensive when it comes to buying systems built on an Oracle platform.
    We’ll hold our hands up here. Yes, if you look at the price tag alone, other off-the-shelf business solutions do appear to cost less. But ask yourself what you’re buying. Do those other solutions come with all this?
    • Installation
    • Manageability
    • Scalability
    • Automation
    With an Oracle-based system, all of the above come built in. With Oracle’s competitors, they
    don’t. So you’re not really comparing apples with apples. More like apples with apple seeds.
    Did you know?
    With cloud, it’s the supplier (ie. us) that foots the bill, not you. You don’t need to invest in clunky servers or lots of hardware. Instead, your supplier should be up to speed with all the latest IT, bringing you access to some awesome technology that you might not have been able to use until now.
     
    So what does Oracle do?
    It’s easier to say what it doesn’t do. Oracle really is the total, end-to-end solution for database management, offering everything from the operating system to the web front-end and including just about any application you need too. In general it’s a database server, managing large amounts of data in a multiuser environment. But more importantly for your finance system, it holds it in a way that prevents unautorised access and  provides complete solutions for failure recovery.
     
    It’s got a solid history
    To show you just how solid and dependable Oracle really is, let’s take a step back in time. Way back in 1977, Oracle began life as a simple database, when it went by the moniker ‘Software Development Laboratories.’
    Over the years Oracle grew and grew, building up the solid and dependable technology. It can cope with huge volumes of data, and changes in technology are just water off a (very large) duck’s back.

    No wonder Oracle boasts over 345,000 customers across the globe, ranging from Sky to Amazon and Paypal to TomTom. But you don’t have to be a big hitter for Oracle to be a big hit. For example, Kent County Council and University Collge London are both able to make the most of Oracle for their own needs too.

    Did you know?
    Oracle customers include the world’s top 20 banks and the world’s top 20 universities. Also 19 out of the top 20 SaaS providers run their applications on top of the Oracle database.
     
    It’s boringly reliable
    Surprises are for parties, not for business. The last thing you want is an unexpected glitch that brings your system and your data crashing down. Thanks to Oracle’s long history and its established technology, it’s stable at every touch point. Think stick of rock with ‘STABLE’ written through it.
    Oracle also comes with a load of automated tools built in to help with managing the data storage and memory. So it really is easy to spot any potential problems and deal with them before anything happens.
     
    It’s scalable
    You want to grow. And so does your system. As your business goes from strength to strength, you can rely on an Oracle platform to keep the pace. It will add on capacity as and when you need it, to give you extra resilience as you go. You won’t notice a join, everything is completely seamless, and limitless too.
     
    It’s easy to manage
    Oracle is a user-friendly piece of kit and your IT crowd should become experts at it in next to no time. As it’s been around for three decades, there are lots of tips and tools and seminars on the web, and you’ll find lots of Did you know?
    Oracle customers include the world’s top 20 banks and the world’s top 20 universities. Also 19 out of the top 20 SaaS providers run their applications on top of the Oracle database.
     
    It’s boringly reliable
    Surprises are for parties, not for business. The last thing you want is an unexpected glitch that brings your system and your data crashing down. Thanks to Oracle’s long history and its established technology, it’s stable at every touch point. Think stick of rock with ‘STABLE’ written through it.
    Oracle also comes with a load of automated tools built in to help with managing the data storage and memory. So it really is easy to spot any potential problems and deal with them before anything happens.
     
    It’s scalable
    You want to grow. And so does your system. As your business goes from strength to strength, you can rely on an Oracle platform to keep the pace. It will add on capacity as and when you need it, to give you extra resilience as you go. You won’t notice a join, everything is completely seamless, and limitless too.
     
    It’s easy to manage
    Oracle is a user-friendly piece of kit and your IT crowd should become experts at it in next to no time. As it’s been around for three decades, there are lots of tips and tools and seminars on the web, and you’ll find lots of Did you know?
    Oracle customers include the world’s top 20 banks and the world’s top 20 universities. Also 19 out of the top 20 SaaS providers run their applications on top of the Oracle database.
     
    It’s boringly reliable
    Surprises are for parties, not for business. The last thing you want is an unexpected glitch that brings your system and your data crashing down. Thanks to Oracle’s long history and its established technology, it’s stable at every touch point. Think stick of rock with ‘STABLE’ written through it.
    Oracle also comes with a load of automated tools built in to help with managing the data storage and memory. So it really is easy to spot any potential problems and deal with them before anything happens.
     
    It’s scalable
    You want to grow. And so does your system. As your business goes from strength to strength, you can rely on an Oracle platform to keep the pace. It will add on capacity as and when you need it, to give you extra resilience as you go. You won’t notice a join, everything is completely seamless, and limitless too.
     
     It’s easy to manage
    Oracle is a user-friendly piece of kit and your IT crowd should become experts at it in next to no time. As it’s been around for three decades, there are lots of tips and tools and seminars on the web, and you’ll find lots of
    people offer Oracle training courses. Plus being the market leading, universal platform, your tech team will jump at the chance to get Oracle database skills on their CV.
    It’s easy to tweak and fine tune too. So if you’d like to change the environment or the configuration, simple. Talk to your supplier, and they’ll be able to do it via web tools or a simple interface.
     
    It’s forward looking
    Every day people across the world create 2.2 million terabytes of data. Some business systems quake at the  thought of that massive amount of information. But not Oracle. Emails, tweets, ecommerce, they’re one of the few databases that is big enough to handle this sort of Big Data. So you know that in the future, no matter how data and information evolve, Oracle is big enough to go with the flow.
    Did you know?
    Oracle’s first customer? The CIA. We kid you not. They were hired to create a custom database system, and the CIA gave it the code name ‘Oracle’.
    It goes great with cloud
    Cloud is transforming the way people do business. In fact it’s probably transforming the way you organise your personal diary or your music collection. And the great news is that Oracle platforms go just great with cloud too. There are lots of cloud solutions to choose from, and the awesome Oracle database is behind the best of them. Without dropping too many names, think LinkedIn or Amazon.
    So if you’re operating on an Oracle based system like bluQube, feel safe in the knowledge you’re getting the same phenomenal power that the truly global players have.


     
  • Jul 16 2019
    Other

    10 Reasons why your IT crowd love Cloud

    10 Reasons why your IT crowd love Cloud

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    Cloud is a great way to get your organisation working in harmony across the board. But what’s in it for your IT crowd? Won’t Cloud start treading on their toes? Not at all. In fact, we’ve spoken to our very own tech team who’ve picked out ten big hittin
    10. All the costs are simplified
    With Cloud, you pay for what you use. So rather than forking out a lot of cash for super-duper systems that sit there half used, you pay for what you need.
    So forget the cost of buying or developing in-house. And forget shelling out on extra cables, infrastructure and gizmos. Cloud makes the IT costs a lot simpler.
     
    9. You're future proof
    The future can be a scary place. How much capacity will you need? Best buy a huge big data farm to be on the safe side. Okay, it’s hardly working up a sweat at the moment, but you never know what you might need with an upgrade.
    Cloud offers a different way. You can scale up or scale down without having to have big beasts of servers sitting idle across the business.
     
    8. You've got the environmental credentials
    Every business worth its low emissions salt is cutting the carbon footprint. And without Cloud, your footprints can look a bit on the large side.
    Think about your current system. Each internal system probably needs its own server. And each one of those is probably running at only 30 or 40% capacity. Ouch. That’s a lot of kit sitting around, and a lot of electricity being wasted.
    With Cloud, you use exactly what you need, and bring your costs – and your carbon loafers – right down to size.
     
    7. Out of office? Not a problem…
    Your colleagues might not be in the building. But they’ll still be on the case. Cloud is always on and always there. So staff can just dial in to the very latest info whenever and wherever they need it.
    Your workforce are ‘globalised’ as they can literally work anywhere in the world. And they’re empowered too – they can make decisions on the go.
     
    6. Diversify your devices
    Cloud doesn’t just make things more mobile. It makes things good for mobiles too. And for PCs, iPads and every other device you could think of. So you can plug in via your office PC during the day, then catch up with some more work on the train via your mobile, and check up on things via your internet enabled TV back at home.
     
    5. You're in safe hands
    Worried about people getting their fingers on your precious data?
    Spending hours and hours backing up your system?
    Spending time means you’re spending money too.
    And it never goes smoothly does it? “The back up failed last night”… “Oh we can’t back that up it’s obsolete”… Sound familiar? With Cloud, your data is encrypted in transit and securely backed up. Disaster Recovery plans also become a whole lot simpler as your cloud provider needs to provide a service in line with their
    SLA, no matter what your environment’s like.
     
    4. Forget the admin...
    Your IT crew spend hours looking after your on-premise systems. Back ups, updates, planning capacity, designing new systems, just the admin… it all takes time and uses up precious resources.
    Cloud changes all that in an instant. Software gets updated automatically. So throw away (or recycle!) those hefty upgrade manuals. And don’t worry about the help desk getting sniffy with you because you’re four versions behind. With Cloud you’re always bang up to date. Getting up and running is easier too. You don’t have to sort out new hardware and software. A lot of Cloud services can simply be switched on with – you guessed it – the flick of a switch.
     
    Top Tip
    Don’t spend your time planning capacity. That’s your Cloud provider’s job. And you can forget about worrying  whether your servers are too old or what they’re built to handle.
  • Jul 16 2019
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    Time to Change!

    Time to Change!

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    Kodak, Blockbuster, Atari… there are plenty of famous businesses that are now nothing more than names. Instead of evolving, they stuck to what they did and - you know the rest...
    To stay successful, businesses need to react to market changes quickly and effectively. That means making sure all your processes are working faster and more efficiently.
    After all, your business is the sum of its parts, so it’s no good changing just one piece of kit, you have to make
    sure change is integrated throughout the business.
    By keeping an ear to the ground and an eye on new technology, you can review and update processes, you can make sure you’re always working faster and more cost-efficiently. So let’s look at how a new
    finance system could speed things up for your business.
    Spread the workload, avoid the backlog
    Is your business relying on someone in the finance office to sign off every single process? If so it must take an age to get things done.
    Modern technology can get rid of the logjam by giving certain staff tailored access to the finance system.
    By adopting devolved technology in your finance system, you could transform how things are done across
    your business. To take just one example, if someone in Marketing needs to buy a new laptop, they can input their own order directly into the finance system. Budget holders can then log in and approve the purchase electronically. That means faster processing for you and your colleagues, and less workload for your core
    finance team.
    It’s the same when it comes to sending out invoices. Your colleagues across departments can enter details straight onto the system, and don’t have to wait for internal mail and manual signatures. That means you get paid faster than ever before. That’s got to be good for the cash flow.
     
    One other bonus with choosing devolved-friendly technology is that it means senior managers can access their own figures to make informed decisions instantly. Rather than waiting for reports, which can be out
    of date by the time they’re printed, they have the information at their fingertips. So they can react and make decisions whenever they need to.
    Fair enough, you may say, but will it really make that much difference?
    The answer is an emphatic yes. On average, businesses that adopted a devolved approach saved 84 typical working days a year.

    Make sure nothing holds you back
    How often have you experienced delays because you were waiting on someone who wasn’t in the office that day? Or you were working out of the office only to realise you didn’t have the information with you that
    you really needed?
    It’s no wonder we’ve seen such a surge in businesses moving their finance systems to the cloud. With easy access to the facts and figures from any location, via a web browser, decision making and processes
    across the board are speedier.
    You’ll start to see budget holders being able to approve orders right from their smart phone. And sales teams update expenses or revenue via their tablets. The result? Your teams are working faster and more efficiently,
    and your financial data is up to date like never before!
     
    Join up your IT, speed up your processes
    There was a time when integrating IT meant buying a whole new suite of systems for the whole business. Nowadays modern systems are more flexible, and can share data freely with all your other systems. That can
    really help to free up people across your organisation, giving them the time and space to concentrate on what they do best.
    To take just one example, the people within your finance team are highly skilled, talented and qualified. So do you really want them spending all their time re-keying data? By integrating your IT you can free them up
    to concentrate on strategic objectives and drive your business forward. Integration will also ensure all your financial information is bang up to date.
    That’s good news for the business as a whole, as you always have all the latest information you need to make decisions. So as your market changes, you can react and change with it. Again, that makes for faster and more cost-efficient working. emails sent by Apple Mail. You might be happy to have nothing but Apple products across your business, but what happens if a new feature comes out on an Android phone that’s just perfect for what you want?
     
     
    By reviewing your processes and considering how technology can help, you can unleash some compelling benefits across your business. Modern technology can help you work smarter, faster and in a more integrated  way,  while freeing up your finance teams too. Make sure your business doesn’t get stuck in the old ways of doing things.
    Remind yourself of the power of modern technology by visiting our  Software Page, or get in touch with us today  here.
     
  • May 3 2019
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    bluQube Wins Awards

    bluQube Wins Awards

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    We're pretty proud of our product bluQube and it's unique approach to the market - Finances Online has just confirmed it's not just us that thinks so!
    Our accounting software ensures your organisation has the right tools and insights to drive success. Correct software will free up your finance team to concentrate on the important things like strategy and the bottom line.
    We have designed bluQube with 2 main pillars, to be user-friendly for anyone in the business to pick up and run with and to also be super-powerful! With some of the top universities and big businesses in the UK running bluQube, it's imperative that stability and ease-of-use remain at the forefront of development.
     
    Finances Online have recognised bluQube as one of the  Top Accounting Softwares currently on the market due to its 'Premium Usability,' integration and security. 
    bluQube promotes a Self-Service methodology in organisations, where finance teams are no longer the bottleneck on reporting, where departments can easily input their own data and securely extract their own reports. 

    All users can have a specific access class to limit accessibility to sensitive information. This allows everyone across the business to manage their own budgets and process invoices directly on the system, without pestering the finance team - now that, is Premium Usability. 
     
    Simply fill in the box below or get in touch on  08456 44 77 88 to find out what bluQube and adopting a Self-Service methodology with premium usability can do for you! 
     
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