Cloud-based accounting and enterprise resource planning software provider NetSuite Inc. has entered a systems integrator partnership with Burr Pilger Mayer, one of the largest accounting and consulting firms in California and ranked 44th on Accounting Today’s list of the Top 100 Firms.

This partnership, announced at the AICPA’s 2011 Practitioners Symposium and Tech + Conference, gives BPM the foundation to build its Cloud Integration Practice; in which the firm will focus on implementing and supporting NetSuite’s cloud computing global business management suites, as well as building vertical SuiteApps for the NetSuite SuiteCloud platform.

The new practice is expected to deliver NetSuite offerings to both public and private companies. BPM’s Cloud Integration Practice will also include a dedicated team to develop customizations and NetSuite Applications.

“We knew that our new Cloud Integration Practice needed to be anchored by a partner that would provide stability, scalability, and a wide range of vertical market solutions,” said BPM president and chief executive Steve Mayer. “Only NetSuite was able to meet our demands and the demands of our customers to run their international business on a single, powerful solution. We look forward to delivering more value to our regional and international clientele with the power and flexibility of NetSuite solutions, which perfectly complement our 25 years' experience as trusted advisors to companies around the world.”

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