LBMC Technology Solutions Named To Intacct President's Club

Thursday, August 27, 2015

LBMC Technology Solutions, LLC, a business software and technology consulting firm, and a member of the LBMC Family of Companies, has been named to Intacct’s 2015 President's Club.  

Intacct, a provider of best-in-class cloud ERP software, awards this sales and customer satisfaction award annually to its top-performing channel partners, recognized value added resellers and Intacct Accountants Program firms for their success in helping clients migrate to Intacct's cloud ERP solutions. 

According to Intacct, LBMC Technology Solutions was selected for President's Club based on outstanding sales achievement, development efforts, customer satisfaction and investment in building an Intacct-specific practice.  

LBMC Technology Solutions President Stacy Schuettler says the company is dedicated to staying on this successful path by continuing to build its Intacct practice. 

"We are a company that gets to know our clients' businesses well," says Ms. Schuettler. "We have found Intacct to fulfill their ERP software needs while still being quick to implement and easy to learn." 

LBMC Technology Solutions employs a team of Intacct certified consultants as well as Project Management Professionals to assist clients in assessing, planning, implementing, and integrating the Intacct ERP software solution.   

LBMC Technology Solutions was also named to the Accounting Today VAR 100 list (#37) and Bob Scott's VAR Stars list (#44).


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