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Simplified Innovations Brings Cloud-Based IT to MACPA

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CPA-founded cloud IT outsourcing firm Simplified Innovations has signed an agreement to provide a cloud solution to the Maryland Association of CPAs.

Simplified Innovations will host, update, and provide support for the applications used by the MACPA and their employees while the association’s 9,000 members will benefit from MACPA’s advisory capacity in cloud adoption.

“This move is going to enhance member services due to the improved service and mobility of their technology,” stated Simplified Innovations CEO Byron Patrick of MACPA's move to the cloud, scheduled to be complete July 21, 2014.

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