I decided to take a few short videos of some of my favorite vendors at Convergence this year. I ask a few questions, but mostly, I let them quickly explain their own products, highlighting any new updates or features that separate them from their competitors.
I’ll be posting them one at a time over the next week or so, followed by the hard-at-play, Convergence 2012 party-montage.
P.S.—Convergence 2012 was loud…I’ll bring a mini-mic next year, I promise.
Blue Moon is a great company with great people and excellent, reliable technical support. They also had high-grade carpet padding at their booth—essential for flat-footed potential clients.
Graduated from the University of Wisconsin earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting. I have been with SDN since 1989 . My previous work experience includes five years as a controller and prior experience in a large corporation as a financial analyst.
As a computer consultant, I am involved in all aspects of serving the clients computer and information analysis needs. My experience in consulting extends over twenty years with a wide variety of commercial and non-profit organizations. I work with clients in wholesale distribution, construction, manufacturing, health care, and various financial and service organizations. I work directly with management to ensure their reporting requirements are met.
As an implementer of Microsoft Great Plains and CRM software, I have received certification on SQL Great Plains implementation and installation, Frx Forecaster , Scribe Software, Salespad, Key2Act Job Cost and Service Management and Certified for Sage Intacct the AICPA recommended product.
As a Certified Public Accountant, I am a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and of the Jacksonville Chapter of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
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