Accounting and advisory firm Baker Tilly has joined the NetSuite Solution Provider program and will use the Web-based service as part of its own cloud computing consulting practice.
The year-old practice focuses on providing public and private companies with a range of customized accounting and regulatory compliance offerings, including enterprise resource planning, business intelligence, customer relationship management and bookkeeping.
“We saw an opportunity to specialize [our services] on a broad scale and really started examining leading ERP, CRM, BI, and HR service providers for the cloud, and over the course of last nine months we had gone through [our business segments] and saw who fit with our model and capabilities,” said principal Matt Haller, a member of the leadership team for business technology services at Baker Tilly. “NetSuite has a robust platform and an ecosystem that allows us to bring a broad array of solutions to our clients. The solution is mature, and they have a sizable install base, as well as a seasoned leadership.”
Baker Tilly’s cloud consulting practice, now powered by NetSuite will, for the near future, focus on service-based companies and wholesale distributors.
“Baker Tilly and NetSuite joining forces is the natural alliance of two strong, fast-growing leaders,” said Craig West, vice president of channel sales at NetSuite. “With NetSuite’s cloud expertise and Baker Tilly’s trusted accountants and consultants, our joint clients will be assured of superior guidance, insight, and operational capabilities.”
Other accounting firms in the Solution Provider program that are offering similar services utilizing NetSuite include Hein & Associates and Eide Bailly.
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