Randy Forkner, President of Collins Computing, states “Our ranking on the Top 100 list is due to our many clients who trust us to solve their financial, supply chain, customer relationship management (CRM), business intelligence, and non-profit business issues. We have a dedicated team at Collins, built solely to implement, service, train, and customize the software solutions our clients need to more efficiently run their growing organizations.”
The Top 100 are chosen from organizations specializing in the sale and implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and accounting software. The selection is based on annual revenue generated by each reseller. 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.
About Collins Computing, Inc.
Founded in 1986, and headquartered in Orange County, CA, Collins Computing (http://www.collinscomputing.com) helps companies sharpen their competitive edge with Microsoft Dynamics ERP and Microsoft Dynamics CRM solutions. Collins Computing is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, and recipient of numerous Microsoft Dynamics awards including Inner Circle, Overall Excellence, Innovation Excellence, Customer Service Excellence, and two-time winner of Microsoft Dynamics Partner of the Year. (http://www.collinscomputing.com/
Collins Computing can provide you with world class solutions for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Business Intelligence, Cloud Deployments, and Custom Development, online or on-premise.
About Bob Scott’s Insights
Bob Scott has been informing and entertaining the mid-market financial software community via his email newsletters for 13 years. He has published this information via the Bob Scott’s Insights newsletter and website since 2009.
He has covered this market for 21 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.
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