New York, NY (PRWEB) July 10, 2014
MIBAR.net has been recognized as one of Bob Scott’s Insights Top 100 VARs for 2014. This recognition names those who specialize in the sale and implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and accounting software and is based on annual revenue generated by each reseller.
MIBAR.net’s mission to help organizations work smarter and grow faster through the innovative use of technology has set the stage for its success as a top Microsoft Dynamics GP, NetSuite, and Accountmate SQL reseller and they are honored to be recognized in Bob Scott’s list of top 100 resellers for 2014. This marks the 12th consecutive year MIBAR.net has achieved this recognition.
Bart Nachimow, President at MIBAR.net says, “We have worked diligently for the accreditations, certifications, and recognitions that come our way. These are tangible testaments to the dedication we have toward serving our clients and being named to Bob Scott’s Insights Top 100 VARs list is no exception. I am very proud to have this recognition, but more importantly, am proud of every single one of our team members at MIBAR.net.”
A special report that includes names of the organizations selected for this year’s Top 100 list, ranked by revenue, is downloadable at http://www.bobscottsinsights.com.
MIBAR.net is a 20+ year old, Manhattan based business software consulting and IT services firm providing innovative business technology solutions to small and midsized organizations in the Greater New York area. The term MIBAR is an acronym that quickly summarizes exactly what we do each and every day: Managing Information Business Applications & Resources within the Manufacturing, Wholesale Distribution, Consumer Packaged Goods, Food and Beverage, Retail and E-Commerce industries.
About Bob Scott
Bob Scott has been informing and entertaining the mid-market financial software community via his email newsletters for 15 years. He has published this information via the Bob Scott’s Insights newsletter and website since 2009. He has covered this market for 23 years through print and electronic publications, first as technology editor of Accounting Today and then as the Editor of Accounting Technology from 1997 through 2009. He has covered the traditional tax and accounting profession during the same time and has continued to address that market as executive editor of the Progressive Accountant since 2009.