Alta Vista Technology has been selected as a member of Bob Scott’s VAR Stars for 2022, a group of 100 organizations honored for their accomplishments in the field of midmarket accounting software. This makes the 5th consecutive year Alta Vista has been named to this list.
The Best in Midmarket Accounting Software
Members of the VAR Stars were selected based on factors such as growth, industry leadership and recognition, and innovation. Selection is not based on revenue and those firms chosen represent a wide range of sizes and many different software publishers of accounting 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.
“As our team continues to grow, so does our value to our customers. Alta Vista is poised to make a big jump in 2023 and we are excited about what’s in store for our business. We will continue to build the solutions that move our customers forward and identify areas in which we can add value to the market.”, said Scott Jackson, President of Alta Vista Technology.
About Alta Vista Technology
Offering the very best in cloud accounting from Sage Intacct and Microsoft Dynamics Business Central we listen to our customers and work to form a solution that fits their business model and needs. With extended offerings such as Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement and Microsoft Power BI as well as dozens of marketplace partners, we are equipped to create a complete solution while integrating the software you use every day.
This has earned us consistent recognition in Accounting Today’s VAR 100 and Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 5000 as well as making us the #1 rated Sage Intacct Partner on user-review site G2.
About Bob Scott
Bob Scott has been informing and entertaining the midmarket accounting software community via his email newsletters for 22 years. He has published this information via the ERP Global Insights (formerly Bob Scott’s Insights) newsletter and website since 2009. He has covered this market for more than 30 years through print and electronic publications, first as the 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.