At Quantico we’re passionate about doing things differently. Our problem solving technique always starts with a blank piece of paper, and ends with whatever’s best for our clients. Here’s why we think that’s so desperately needed in the accounting sector.
A case study of our partnership with Hometouch; building an efficient finance function.
The accounting sector has been too slow to adapt, and as a result it isn't providing fast growth businesses with the support they need. Let's take a look at what's gone wrong and what the future looks like.
In the age of data, the role of the CFO in a scale-up has changed. To be a success, you need to develop expertise in three key areas.
This November, Quantico made the trip to Xerocon, Xero’s conference for cloud accounting leaders. Here is a review of what we saw and the insights we gained.
We believe that the old fashioned dichotomies in accounting don’t work. It's not right to ask someone to choose between working either in practice or in industry, or to choose between a detailed oriented role as a Financial Controller or a strategic role as a CFO.
Job satisfaction in the accountancy profession is in a slump. At Quantico, we think we know why. We also think we’ve got a solution. Let’s find out more.
For centuries professional services firms have used the partnership model to incentivise their staff. We don't think that gives our generation what they need. Here's what's next.
There's a lot of innovation in banking products for micro-businesses and freelancers, but not much has filtered up to meet the needs of startups and scale-ups
The technology behind electric cars is getting better every year, and they are starting to look like a viable eco-friendly alternative to the traditional car. For business owners, does it make sense to buy an electric car privately, or through your limited company?
Cloud accounting software has had a transformative effect on our industry over the last five years. But the figures show it's still only scratching the surface. Let's find out what's next.
A good budget is one of the key points of contact between finance and the rest of the business. Done well it fosters control and empowers teams. Done poorly it leads to disorder and confusion. In my career as an FD and external advisor I’ve seen both extremes.