Web-based document storage service SmartVault has received the 2011 Awesome QuickBooks Add-on award from the Sleeter Group.

Out of hundreds of programs on the market designed to work with QuickBooks, SmartVault was selected as one of only six technologies to be recognized. The Awesome QuickBooks Add-on award signifies that SmartVault is among the most productive and effective technologies designed to enhance QuickBooks, and that it meets the highest standards of design, ease of use, and conformance with appropriate accounting standards.

Last year, SmartVault expanded its service offering beyond the QuickBooks user to provide file storage and file sharing capabilities for all business documents—providing a single way to securely store, view, and exchange files. SmartVault continues to enhance its Document Portal.

In October 2010, SmartVault announced the availability of its Software Developers Kit, which opens the door for third-party application developers to integrate with SmartVault’s document management service. Currently, the company is working with several beta development partners with general availability of the SDK planned for release early 2011.

A large network of small business technology consultants, the Sleeter Group has members throughout the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. The awards will be formally announced on November 8 at the 2010 Accounting Solutions Conference in Las Vegas—an annual event that draws hundreds of accountants, bookkeepers, consultants, and IT professionals, and provides them with educational opportunities presented by industry experts, thought leaders and technology developers.

“SmartVault was selected as one of this year’s Awesome QuickBooks Add-ons because it provides great document storage and file sharing features and seamless integration with QuickBooks that many accounting professionals and businesses require,” said Doug Sleeter, founder and president of the Sleeter Group, in a statement. “With several new capabilities recently launched, and by providing third-party application developers with the tools to integrate document storage and file sharing into their applications, small and midsized companies can leverage fully integrated technologies to significantly increase efficiency.”

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