Arxis Technology Joins Intacct Business Partner Program
Arxis Technology, Inc., a Southern California-based technology consulting firm specializing in the implementation and support of ERP and CRM software for small and mid-sized businesses, has joined the Intacct Business Partner Program.
David Cieslak, Arxis Technology Principal, said that partnering with Intacct represents a strategic opportunity for the firm.
“The product is fantastic. Its suite of modules, ability to integrate with other best-of-breed applications, and on-demand architecture make it a very attractive choice for SMBs,” said Cieslak in a statement.
Bob Gaby, Arxis Technology Principal, opined that demand for cloud computing is only going to grow.
“More and more company executives, especially the next generation of leaders, are requesting cloud-based applications,” said Gaby. “As they look to upgrade from entry-level software or replace their legacy on-premise systems, we’re eager to recommend Intacct,”
“We continue to attract the best of the best to the Intacct Business Partner Program,” said Taylor Macdonald, Vice President of Channels for Intacct.
Arxis Technology has been a mainstay on Accounting Today’s Top 100 VARs list, ranking #66 this year.
According to McDonald, business acumen, consulting experience, and extensive accounting and technology expertise makes Innact a great partner and well-equipped to optimize applications for small and mid-sized businesses.
TMCnet reported Intacct’s announcement that internet company Meebo has selected its cloud-based accounting and financial management software to handle its financial management needs.
Meebo is a fast growing company, with six U.S. offices and over 200 employees. The company witnessed explosive customer growth and increasing sophistication of its business, which resulted in a large volume of financial transactions. To manage this, the company chose Intacct's award-winning cloud computing-based accounting system and expense report software.
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Edited by Amanda Ciccatelli