CAMDEN EXITS CIO JOB Matt Camden, who served as chief information officer for UHY Advisors, has switched jobs, joining Moss Adams to become director of business intelligence and enterprise solutions.
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Camden spent 13 years at Clifton Gunderson, before jumping ship to UHY early in 2004. Camden noted the job is in the finance arena, not in information technology and that he was "going back to my application roots.”
QURIUS RESULTS JUMP
Qurius, a European Dynamics reseller, reported double-digit increases in both income after taxes and revenue for its first quarter ended March 31. The result after taxes was $1.3 million with results up 52 percent over last year, based on the earnings as stated in euros. Sales reached about $57.2 million, up 44 percent as reported in euros.
EPARTNERS GETS INVESTMENT
ePartners, a Dynamics reseller, has received a cash infusion of an undisclosed size from Mobius Venture Capital, which is now the largest investor in the Dallas-based VAR.
This was the first investment in ePartners since May 2005. The company offered a range of $50 million to $60 million in annual sales in its submission for Accounting Technology’s VAR 100 list.
GRANT AGGREGATES CONSULTING
Chicago-based Grant Thornton has consolidated its advisory services, including information technology, into a new Advisory Services practice.
Other areas under the new group include governance, risk and compliance, forensics, investigation and litigation, transaction device and due diligence. Greg Pitzer and Larry Redler will serve as co-national managing principals and partners.
NET@WORK BUYS VARS
Net@Work, one of Sage Software’s largest VARs, has acquired Integral Computer Services of Rochester, N.Y., and Brian Shube Consulting, which is based in Long Island.
Integral, a Sage reseller, will keep its Rochester operations and will continue to be headed by Integral’s founder, John G. Guglielmo. Net@Work said Integral has 150 clients. Brian Shube will serve as consulting manager with his MAS 90 practice. The company said it had $21.5 million for 2007, which brought it in at No. 10 on the Accounting Technology Top 100 VAR list for the year.
TREY RESULTS DROP
Trey Resources, which owns Sage reseller SWK Technologies, reported a bigger loss on declining sales for the quarter ended Mach 31.
Trey, which has dropped a plan to sell SWK to its management, lost $195,751, up from $191,931, while sales fell to $1.95 million from $2.61 million a year earlier.
COLUMBUS IT NAMES U.S. SALES VP
Columbus IT Partner USA has hired Steven Thomas as VP of sales and marketing.
The company said Thomas, who was with ePartners from 2000 through 2005, is responsible for expanding the company’s sales and marketing initiatives, as well as initiating strategic alliances internationally in several vertical markets.
ASI HONORS BMI
InterDyn Business MicroVar, a software reseller based in Minneapolis, has been named by Advanced Systems International to its Chairman’s Circle for 2007.
Also named to the club by AS, which markets the Imis association software, was Van Damme Associates of Pittsford, N.Y. Van Damme has received the Customer Satisfaction Award and the Imis Technology Award.
TEMPLETON PICKS DEVELOPMENT HEAD
Clyde W. Larman, MBA, has joined the technology consulting division of Templeton & Company, LLP, as senior vice president of the West Palm Beach, Fla.-based firm.
Larman will lead the development operations of Templeton, a Microsoft Dynamics VAR. The company resells Dynamics CRM, GP and SL.
CBIZ TECH SALES DROP
Cbiz said delayed, and possibly postponed, technology deals lead to a $1.2 million decline in revenue for its National Practice operations for the first quarter ended March 31.
The company’s net income rose to $16.8 million in the most recently ended period, up 8.5 percent from $14.3 million.