Ken Johnson, SVP at IQ BackOffice, discusses mistakes he sees accounting departments make when outsourcing AP, and how doing it correctly leaves you with a leaner organization that can focus less on administrative work and more on growing the business.
Restaurant owners need to carefully look at the third-party services and pick the one that best suits their restaurant and can deliver the most significant volume of daily orders. And they should consider innovative and collaborative accounting providers, such as IQ BackOffice, to partner with them.
Restaurant industry sales are expected to hit a record high of $709.2 billion in 2015, according to the National Restaurant Association. In the first four months of 2015 alone, restaurant sales were up 9 percent according to the Census Bureau, … Read More
Mancha Development Company manages back office costs to improve financial functions and support continued growth. The restaurant business is getting tougher and tougher, with costs rising due to ever-increasing regu- latory scrutiny, growing labor costs and a customer that consistently … Read More
It’s not news that technology continues to change the way we work. With such a heavy focus on cost efficiency, there has been an increased focus on optimization to get ahead – something I’ve seen in the behind-the-scenes work driving … Read More
This summer, I was lucky to travel abroad, not to relax on the beach or ride roller coasters, but to do business and visit our firm’s offices in India and the Philippines. With an eye for global expansion, these are … Read More
Many restaurant managers are playing a never-ending game of catch-up. On top of the stress of providing a quality experience and generating guest satisfaction at full-service restaurants, they’re also grappling with issues that can crop up at the worst possible … Read More
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