Wipfli LLP said Monday that Brittenford Systems, Inc. has joined the Milwaukee-based firm, effective May 1.

Brittenford Systems, Inc., based in Reston, Va., provides accounting system, enterprise performance management, and CIO advisory services to small and midsize businesses and nonprofit organizations. Wipfli ranked 19th on Accounting Today’s 2016 list of the Top 100 Firms, with $227 million in annual revenue. The combined firm will have over 1,500 associates, including 184 partners, 35 office locations in the U.S. and India.

“The addition of the seasoned professionals and extensive software development expertise of Brittenford Systems, Inc. will strengthen the firm’s ability to provide even more innovative solutions to our clients, helping them face their challenges today and well into the future," said Wipfli managing partner Rick Dreher in a statement. “While this merger will greatly enhance our firm and its consulting practice, it holds even greater benefits for our clients.”

Brittenford Systems specializes in providing financial system and accounting software implementations and support services to hundreds of businesses and organizations around the country, focusing on Microsoft Dynamics SL, Microsoft Dynamics GP and cloud-based Intacct and Host Analytics, as well as Brittenford’s own third-party products.

Founded in 1997, Brittenford has one office in Reston, in the Washington, D.C. area, but provides financial system and accounting software implementations and support services to hundreds of businesses and organizations around the country.

The majority of the firm’s clients are small and midsize businesses, nonprofit organizations, government contractors, professional services firms and international businesses. As part of this combination, approximately 30 Brittenford Systems, Inc. professionals, including CEO Shereen Mahoney, have joined Wipfli.

“Combining Brittenford Systems’ deep implementation and third-party enhancement expertise with Wipfli’s broad consulting capabilities and vast resources will help us to continue to help our clients to succeed in the ever-changing marketplace,” said Mahoney.

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