Net@Work Ranks #10 in Accounting Technology's 2008 VAR 100 List of Largest Accounting Software Consulting Firms
Ranking secures Net@Work's position as Northeast's Leading VAR
New York, NY (April 17, 2008) - Net@Work, a leading provider of integrated business technology solutions, today announced its selection to the Accounting Technology Magazine VAR 100. Ranked #12 last year, Net@Work cracked the top ten in this year's VAR list, securing its position as the top business software provider based in the Northeast. Companies that were picked for inclusion in the VAR 100 list sold mid-level accounting software packages and were selected based on their status on December 31, 2007.
The company's growth over the course of 2007 was partly spurred by several successful strategic acquisitions, expanding the company's client base, increasing its breadth of customized, real-world solutions, while furthering its reputation for responsive support. In addition to expanding Net@Work's talent pool, these acquisitions enabled the company to further establish a strong “on the ground” presence across the Northeast. Building on the previous year's momentum, Net@Work recently acquired Integral Computer Services and Brian Shube Consulting, both featuring broad-based SAGE expertise, making Net@Work an even deeper, more versatile and agile organization, providing clients with the fullest array of “on call' expertise for all their critical business needs. Net@Work has added offices in key cities such as Rochester, keeping the company closer to its clients and on top of their most critical business and technology issues.
“Finishing among the top fifteen VARs two years running -- and cracking this year's top 10 -- is a significant achievement and recognizes the talent, expertise, and commitment of our entire team, from our developers and business consultants, to the back-end support staff that allows us to provide all our clients with responsive service and personalized attention,” said Net@Work co-founder Alex Solomon. “We’ve sustained last year’s momentum into 2008 by making several key acquisitions. This enables our existing clients to leverage an even broader array of resources, while expanding our coverage area via several strategic new locations. The challenge for any fast-growing company is keeping its mission and level of service delivery constant—it’s a challenge we continue to welcome and one we’ve consistently met, as evidenced by our ranking on the 2008 VAR list.”