New England regional accounting firm Vitale Caturano has acquired Jornata, a Boston-based technology solutions provider that specializes in Microsoft's SharePoint collaboration software.

As part of the deal, Jornata founder Mauro Cardarelli (pictured) has joined Vitale Caturano's technology consulting group as a director. Vitale Caturano has been expanding its business intelligence practice and wants to establish itself as a provider of SharePoint-related services. Both firms are Microsoft Gold Certified Partners. Financial details of the acquisition were not disclosed.

Cardarelli has over 15 years of experience in designing and building technology systems, has been published in various industry journals, and is a contributing author for "Essential SharePoint 2007," a book on Microsoft's collaboration software.

"Jornata's strength in business intelligence utilizing the Microsoft SharePoint platform augments our current services and advances our continued goal to be a leader in the SharePoint services community," said Bill Kracunas, shareholder, technology consulting, in a statement.

Vitale Caturano ranked 40th on Accounting Today's 2008 list of the Top 100 firms with revenues of $60.3 million.

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