Sikich LLP has announced they joined the Concur Solution Provider program and can now refer clients to Concur®, an SAP company and the world’s leading provider of travel, expense and invoice management solutions. Concur can help Sikich’s small and medium-sized clients better manage invoices, expenses, and travel bookings. The Concur Solution Provider Program creates a clear path to success for cloud solution providers, next-generation VARs, and traditional IT partners by offering more value to small- and medium-sized customers through Concur Invoice, Expense, and Travel.
Sikich is a top 1% Microsoft Dynamics Partner and Oracle | NetSuite Solution Provider. Sikich’s expertise is in the development and implementation of these software products, creating a holistic picture and pushing for innovative changes throughout its clients’ businesses. Partnering with Concur, Sikich can now complete that picture by providing businesses with a completely automated expense, invoice, and time solution.
“With the addition of Concur as a value-added product for our clients, we can refer SMBs to more options for solving business problems,” said Ginny Ferguson, Director of Client Account Management at Sikich. “Adding Concur to the suite of solutions will benefit our clients by enabling them to make smarter choices for their business and operational needs. Concur provides a solution that saves our clients time and their money.”
“Travel and expense is the second largest area of controllable business spend – a challenge especially significant to SMBs,” said Christal Bemont, SVP and GM of SMB and National Accounts, Concur. “With a partner-focused initiative like the Concur Solution Provider program, we can help partners like Sikich expand the value they provide SMBs while driving business growth and profitability.”
Concur Travel, Expense and Invoice are the industry’s leading solutions to help businesses manage to spend and gain insights that drive savings. Concur has more than 40 million users globally, and in 2015 the company processed transactions worth more than $70 billion in travel and expense spending.