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Our Technology

Blick Rothenberg - early adopters of new technology to support your international expansion.

At Blick Rothenberg we continually invest in technology to ensure effective and efficient delivery of your financial outsourcing solutions, supporting your international expansion whilst enabling your business to adapt to local compliance requirements.

We leverage leading technology such as SAP Business One, Netsuite and Concur to provide seamless integrated accounting services as an extension of your business.

We have been at the forefront of using technology to deliver our services since we first introduced web-based document management solutions, including workflow approval processes, in 2000.

Since that time, we have continually developed and refined our web interface platform into the sophisticated system it is today.

What does our technology leverage for you?

Our suite of technology solutions enables international businesses to complete a variety of tasks across several jurisdictions, with overall control by central finance.

It allows multiple users within your organisation hierarchical access to complete everything from approval of invoices and interrogation of ledgers, to cash flow forecasting.

Whilst we do have a preferred tech stack, we are flexible and will work with your preferred providers.  

Global finalists

Every year SAP Concur, our chosen provider, celebrates and honours clients who have pushed the boundaries of travel and expense through their Annual Innovation Awards.

In 2018 Blick Rothenberg made it to the top 10 as a global finalist in the SAP Concur Innovation Awards.

We focus on how we can leverage technology to aid your international expansion.

Why we chose SAP Concur

In this video, partner Simon Gleeson discusses why we chose Concur for our clients.

Case studies

Tax and structuring advice on a £400m secondary private equity deal

Sale-side tax and structuring advice

Miele & Blick Rothenberg

27 March 2020

Corporate reporting and dividend policy implications for companies arising from Coronavirus

We explore some of the key areas below and distinguish between periods ending on or before 31 December 2019 and those ending in 2020.

27 March 2020

Guidance urgently needed on how salaries for zero-hours workers will be calculated

Not enough has been said or done to define how zero-hours workers will be able to benefit from the job retention scheme, says Genevieve Morris.

27 March 2020

Guide to cash-flow forecasting

Many businesses now find themselves urgently needing to predict how the impact of Coronavirus is going to affect their cash-flow.