e2b teknologies, an ERP value added reseller (VAR) located in Northeast Ohio, has been named by Bob Scott as a 2014 VAR Star. The company was one of only 100 companies in the ERP VAR community to make the list in recognition of the company’s high quality of service as a reseller of mid-market ERP. “Quality, not revenue, was the deciding factor in picking the 100 businesses that are selected for this honor,” said Bob Scott in his annual VAR Stars report.
Members of the list were chosen based on awards they received from vendors in the last year; growth, leadership, development, and representation of important products were also a factor in choosing the list of VAR Stars. e2b teknologies was named to the list for exceptional accomplishments in 2014, such as being named to the Sage America President’s Circle for the 2013-2014 business year for the company’s success and proficiency in the sale, installation and support of Sage 100 ERP, Sage 500 ERP, Sage ERP X3 and Sage CRM. In 2014 the company was also named to Bob Scott’s Insights Top 100 Mid-Market VARs and Accounting Today’s VAR 100, for its expertise in ERP and accounting software consulting and development. Additionally, the company was recognized on The Cleveland Fast 50 List, The Lake-Geauga Fast 50 List, and earned the 2014 NEO Success Award from Inside Business Magazine as one of the region’s leading companies for continued growth, profitability and success.
The 2014 VAR Star report noted that there are “two major trends affecting resellers, particularly those who are succeeding, as are the 100 companies selected for this year’s Bob Scott’s VAR Stars. The trends are the move to the cloud and the marketing of a company’s own software products, generally utilizing a software publisher’s financial application as the engine.”
e2b teknologies fits into both of these trends as the company continually makes investments to offer both on-premise and cloud ERP options to their customers. Additionally, e2b teknologies offers their own self-published solutions to help customers enhance the functionality of their ERP systems; such as Anytime Collect accounts receivable management software which integrates with virtually any ERP system to improve and automate the accounts receivable management process, their popular manufacturing and supply chain add-ons for Sage 500 ERP, and related cloud business applications.
“It is an honor to be recognized by our peers as leaders in the industry,” said Lynne Henslee, President of e2b teknologies. “Our accomplishments are a direct reflection of the success our customers and the hard work that our team puts forth to adapt to the constant changes in the industry so e2b teknologies can continue to be an innovative and successful contributor to the ERP software community.”
e2b teknologies is a Microsoft Managed Partner providing cloud-based business software applications and business services to progressive businesses worldwide. The company resells and supports leading ERP and CRM solutions including Sage 100 ERP, Sage 500 ERP, Sage ERP X3, Sage CRM, Epicor, Sage CRM, and SugarCRM. The company also publishes Anytime Supply Chain enterprise-class supply chain management software, Anytime Collect accounts receivable management software, Anytime Commerce B2B ecommerce platform, and related anytime brand products.
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