The Information Technology Alliance announced the newest members to its independent membership organization of mid-market technology professionals, consultants and product and service providers.

The new members,introduced during the annual ITA Fall Collaborative Dec. 6-8, included:

  • CPA firm Citrin Cooperman
  • The Answer Company, supplier of business management software and technology consulting services
  • Business Ready Solutions, a Microsoft Certified Partner that provides implementation and support for Microsoft Dynamics GP accounting and ERP software
  • Century Business Solutions, provider of payments processing technologies
  • Equation Technologies, value-added reseller of integrated business management solutions
  • Frank, Rimerman Consulting, the business systems consulting division of the California CPA firm, providing implementation services for accounting and business software solutions
  • H&B Consulting Group, a computer technology business that is part of California CPA firm Hutchinson & Bloodgood
  • Inscio, ERP and business application provider of solutions like NetSuite
  • Application development firm Magenic
  • Neo3 Business Software Solutions, implementer of ERP solutions in a variety of industries
  • The Partner Marketing Group, provider of marketing services for technology service providers and software vendors
  • PC Bennett, provider of implementation, training and customization services for the Acumatica business management system
  • The Resource Group, Microsoft Dynamics GP and Intacct financial software partner
  • Sonoma Partners, provider of implementation and services for Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Salesforce
  • The Vested Group, provider of full-scale implementation services for NetSuite

"The active, accelerated interest in ITA is, in my opinion, in lock step with increased activity in the fintech sector as a whole, and recognition amongst current and prospective member firms that new opportunities related to technology, accounting and finance, and a rapidly evolving marketplace can be met more successfully by continued professional development, sharing of best practices, and networking in a highly professional, long-established peer group environment," stated ITA president Stan Mork. "Today’s announcement of 15 new member firms is a testament to the enduring relevance of ITA in the accounting and consulting technology sector."

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