- January 25, 2017
- By Lindsey O'Brien
- In E2B
e2b teknologies, an ERP consulting and development firm located in Northeast Ohio, was named a VAR Star for 2016 by Bob Scott’s Insights. e2b was selected among 100 other organizations in the field of midmarket financial software.
“Each year, 100 VAR Stars are picked from the best organizations that market financial software. It is always an honor to recognize those who contribute to the development of our business,” Bob Scott said.
The 2016 VAR Stars were chosen based on factors such as growth, industry leadership and recognition, and innovation. The group of organizations recognized in this year’s class of VAR Stars represent many different company sizes and different software publishers, those recognized were not chosen based off of revenue.
“It is always an honor to be on Bob Scott’s VAR Stars list,” said e2b teknologies President Lynne Henslee. “The organizations on the list represent the best service and innovators in the ERP industry, and we’re ecstatic to be a part of it.”
About e2b teknologies
e2b teknologies (www.e2btek.com) is a Sage Gold Partner and Epicor Platinum Partner providing consulting, custom development, integration, and support services for ERP products (www.e2benterprise.com) including Sage 100, Sage 500, Sage X3, and Epicor ERP as well as specialized business applications for CRM, HCM, EAM, BI, and more. The company has received numerous accolades including Sage President’s Circle, Epicor Highest Customer Satisfaction, Sage Gold Development Partner of the Year, Bob Scott’s VAR Stars, and Accounting Today’s Top 100 VAR honors. Anytime Collect (www.anytimecollect.com) by e2b teknologies is a leading cloud-based accounts receivable credit and collections management application sold globally.
About Bob Scott
Bob Scott has been informing and entertaining the mid-market financial software community via his email newsletters for 17 years. He has published this information via the “Bob Scott’s Insights” newsletter and website since 2009. He has covered this market for more than 25 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.