Manheim Township-based professional services and accounting firm RKL LLP introduced new services offered to help companies managed growth and change issues.
Company officials said RKL Next was designed to use the firm’s skills in operations, technology, human capital, data analytics and financial management to help its clients in manage like leadership transitions and acquisitions and other issues in uncertain business times.
“Many of our clients are increasingly feeling left behind given the rapid pace of change in our business environment,” said RKL CEO Edward W. Monborne. “Through RKL Next, we work alongside owners and management teams to uncover new ways of leveling up and advancing toward their goals.”
RKL Next was designed to take advantage of the skills and insights of its employees to help clients align their business objectives through its own talent and organization, leverage data to make better business decisions and streamline accounting practices to focus on growth. It will do this by sending teams into the field to evaluate business operations.
“RKL Next is a unique model for our region,” said Bethany Novis, RKL partner and consulting services group leader. “Instead of reaching up to the national level for this type of expertise at the expense of personalized service, small to mid-sized companies throughout the Mid-Atlantic can now tap into RKL Next for future-ready strategies delivered by a trusted local advisor.”
RKL operates six offices in Pennsylvania and has more than 450 employees. The company offers services like accounting, data analytics and risk management.