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Sage Buys Intacct for $850M

Sage is buying Intacct. This is a big deal for my firm, Armanino, which is the current #1 VAR (value
July 31 · Issue #52 · View online
Cloud Accounting Weekly
Sage is buying Intacct. This is a big deal for my firm, Armanino, which is the current #1 VAR (value added reseller) partner by CMRR (current monthly recurring revenue), and the #1 firm bringing in new subscriptions for Intacct. 
Intacct, in case you’re not familiar, is a cloud-based ERP built on a multi-dimensional general ledger. It’s a great fit for midsize companies that have outgrown apps such as Xero and QuickBooks Online.
I’m excited for the acquisition as it means Sage will provide additional resources to accelerate Intacct product features. It also gives Sage a strong presence in the U.S. cloud accounting market, which it has thus far been lacking.
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