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BrainSell Acquires Bonadio Group's Sage Practice

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Sage North America partner BrainSell Technologies announced the acquisition of The Bonadio Group’s Sage 100 Software practice.

Pittsford, New York-based The Bonadio Group had been a Sage software reseller since 1998.

With this acquisition, BrainSell’s first in 2014, current Bonadio clients will continue to receive Sage Software support under BrainSell, along with access to the solution provider’s ERP engineers and CRM and marketing automation experts and tools.

"BrainSell is committed to growing its Sage Software ERP practice,” stated Jim Ward, BrainSell president and CEO. “We’re very excited about what Sage is doing to help businesses become more effective with their new products like Inventory Advisor. We’re really excited to work with Bonadio’s clients as a step toward our growth and their growth.”

BrainSell’s acquisitions in 2013 included Sage partner K-Four Systems and Blytheco’s Sage 300 ERP practice. BrainSell has 11 office locations in the United States, in Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Boston, Virginia, Georgia, Illinois, Florida, Colorado, Minnesota and Utah.

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