NQ64 Digitalises to Propel Growth


Percipient today announced that innovative arcade bar scale-up, has deployed Sage Intacct. With 15 bars currently, NQ64 has ambitious plans to expand the business further, and as part of a digital transformation, the financial and business management platform will flex and scale to support future expansion.

The arcade bar’s decision was based on the innovative nature of Sage Intacct, its look and feel, and its user-friendly interface. Crucially, its ability to streamline financial processes, and deliver global consolidation easily, was important in freeing up time to help develop the business and enhance strategy.  Replacing Sage 50, which required an increasing number of workarounds and manual input as the company increased its portfolio of bars, Sage Intacct was selected from a shortlist consisting of SAP Business One and NetSuite.

“Sage Intacct has proved a game changer for the financial management of our business. It has shortened our close period significantly, with the potential for more time and efficiency savings,” comments Zak Round, Management Accountant, NQ64. “But the real value comes via the insights it delivers. In a few clicks, we can easily view intelligence on any area, whether it’s a top-level overview of the business, details on a specific bar, or drilling into any anomalies to investigate the “why” behind a certain figure.

“While the back office might not be the most obvious place to drive innovation, ultimately having the right financial and business insights, in real-time, allows us to analyse figures and apply intelligence, giving us far greater tools from which to steer the business in our chosen direction.”

“Right from the initial stages, Percipient has proved to be a digital business partner in the truest sense of the word, taking time to understand our needs, and bringing a wealth of experience from across the hospitality industry to help us ensure the very best performance from Sage Intacct. The team’s professionalism, positivity, and responsiveness to queries, irrespective of their nature, has helped us hit the ground running with the system and really get the most out of it from the get-go.”