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Success Stories from the IT, Software and Technology Industries


Take a look at the success stories below for clients who have migrated to using Intacct cloud accounting solutions offered by Armanino. 
Contract and subscription-based businesses across a wide range of industries - including software, software as a service, cloud computing, hardware, professional services, business process outsourcing, e-commerce, information services, research, e-learning, and membership associations - face unique challenges with revenue management.

Hundreds of them trust their business to Intacct. See why.

Success Story: Accellar 

Acceller is a leading provider of digital services including high-speed Internet, TV, phone and bundles. In 2007, the company was ranked #54 on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing private companies in America and #75 on Deloitte's 2007 Technology Fast 500, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications and life sciences companies in North America. This phenomenal growth puts heavy demands on Acceller's financial staff.

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Success Story: ASP Global Services 

ASP Global Services (ASPGS), a leading provider of Warehouse Management Solutions (WMS), was founded in 2001 to help third-party logistics providers to operate and manage multi-client and multi-site warehouse operations by providing warehouse management solutions designed specifically for the way they work. a visionary company, ASPGS delivered its solutions to customers as a web-based service from the very beginning. today, with the Software as a Service (SaaS) and cloud computing delivery models going main stream, ASPGS continues to grow its business rapidly.

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Success Story: Cenzic 

Cenzic - a provider of vulnerability management solutions - automates penetration testing of Web applications, enabling enterprise users to test for security vulnerabilities, enforcement of internal security policies, and regulatory compliance.

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Success Story: MuleSoft 

MuleSoft was founded in 2003 with the idea that developers needed a way to more easily develop, integrate and reuse code. MuleSoft's enterprise service bus, Mule ESB, is now the most widely used open source platform, with more than 1.5 million downloads and over 2,500 production deployments. As MuleSoft's reputation and business grew over the years, so did its product footprint and global reach. The company has added multiple offices overseas and currently draws around a quarter of its revenues from outside the United States.

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Success Story: nCircle 

nCircle provides automated security and compliance auditing solutions that help companies to manage and reduce security risk and achieve compliance on their networks. Headquartered in San Francisco, nCircle also has offices in Toronto and London that help serve customers around the globe.

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Success Story: SchoolDude.com 

SchoolDude.com, a provider of online tools for management of school operations, struggled with a staggering number of different software applications that hampered their ability to manage customer relationships and back-office operations. For example, finance staff had to toggle between different systems to manage invoices, returns and accounting.

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Success Story: Virtual Hold Technology 

Virtual Hold Technology (VHT) develops virtual queuing solutions for Fortune 100 clients. Since 1995, VHT's patented virtual queuing technology has provided return call solutions focused on enhancing the customer experience for financial services, energy and utility, insurance, telecommunications, cable and wireless, and retail corporations such as IBM, Bank of America, T-Mobile, Aflac, Time Warner Cable, and AVON.

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Success Story: Voltage Security 

Forward-thinking since its inception, Voltage Security realized that it would gain the greatest value from allocating its precious in-house resources - for example, servers, IT administration, training and IT support + to customer-facing rather than internal initiatives. This meant finding a hosted solution for the company's financial management needs.

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