The 2013 Technology Pacesetters
Our annual list of innovative accounting resellers
The 2013 Accounting Today Technology Pacesetters
This yearís crop of Technology Pacesetters are merely a short example of the kinds of firms that are helping to define what it takes to be a leader in accounting technology sales and consulting.
They show, in some cases, that size doesnít matter, and what they deliver to their customers defines them. Where they are sizable, they show how to use that factor to their advantage through added service and even their own line of niche products. To see the full feature story click here.
Arxis Technology Inc.
Principal(s): David Cieslak and Bob Gaby
Principal: Stacy Schuettler
Maner Costerisan Business Solutions & Technology
Principal: David Caldwell
Principal(s): Alex and Edward Solomon
Principal: Jeffrey Roth
Principal: Steven Templeton
Principal: Tony DiBenedetto
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