ARMANINO TO SHIFT SMALL-BIZ ACCOUNTING CLIENTS TO XERO
San Francisco -- Accounting services and technology consultancy Armanino has decided to move its small-business outsourcing clients from their current accounting platforms to Xero, making it the largest firm thus far to do so.
Xero has been actively targeting U.S. accounting firms to use and recommend the product since establishing a base here nearly two years ago; however, the majority of firms have admittedly been small firms and solo practices.
Armanino, which ranked No. 29 in the 2013 Accounting Today Top 100 Firms report, had been servicing most of the small-business clients in its outsourced accounting business on other accounting platforms, including QuickBooks and Sage 50; however, upon evaluation it decided that it will begin transitioning those clients to Xero where it makes sense.
THE RESOURCE GROUP TO HOST WEBCASTS
Renton, Wash. -- Microsoft Dynamics GP partner The Resource Group has launched a series of webcasts designed to educate companies about the hidden costs of entry-level accounting systems. The webcasts aim to address common issues faced by growing companies currently using entry-level accounting products such as Sage 50 (formerly Peachtree) and QuickBooks. Topics will include the risks associated with these systems, which may not be Sarbanes-Oxley-compliant, the need for tighter security to protect against fraud, and the value of integrating your accounting system with other business applications.
TRIBRIDGE ADDS TWO NEW AFFILIATES TO SALES NETWORK
Tampa, Fla. -- Microsoft Dynamics Master VAR Tribridge has added CBR Technology and MIC Business Solutions to its network. CBR Technology, a Southern Calif.-based Microsoft Certified Partner, specializes in ERP, customer relationship management, point-of-sale, and e-commerce systems. MIC Business Solutions, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation Americas, provides consulting, system integration and development, network integration, network and project management services, as well as employee training to small and midsized Japanese companies with a presence in the U.S.
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