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Intacct Awards Three Partners of the Year

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Intacct recently honored its partners of the year in three separate categories, with awards going to CliftonLarsonAllen, Armanino, and High Street Partners.

CliftonLarsonAllen earned the overall Partner of the Year award for the second year in a row.

Armanino, the largest independent accounting and business consulting firm in California and the 29th largest firm in the U.S., earned the 2013 VAR Partner of the Year award.

Finally, High Street Partners, which focuses on international business software and services, earned Intacct Accountants Program Partner of the Year.

“It was an outstanding year for all of our partner award winners and we are thrilled with their accomplishments and the key role they play in Intacct's success,” said Taylor Macdonald, vice president of channels for Intacct. “Our partners CliftonLarsonAllen, Armanino, and High Street Partners did a tremendous job servicing our mutual customers while accelerating the adoption of cloud financials across multiple regions and industries. I could not be more excited about experiencing our continued growth together.”

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