ScanForce Invited to Join the Information Technology Alliance (ITA) as an Alliance Partner

Being recognized for our clear commitment to providing superior technology products and solutions to small and medium-sized businesses, ScanForce has joined the Information Technology Alliance (ITA). ITA is the highly regarded international not-for-profit association of leading Consulting and VAR firms, CPA firms, and technology product/service providers. The ITA invitation was extended because of the high level of support and service ScanForce has provided to our Sage 100 and Sage Intacct business partners and clients and for our commitment to being a leader in the information technology industry.

“The primary focus of ITA is to provide an independent forum for leading IT business owners to exchange information, share best practices, assess the current status and future direction of the profession, and thereby to improve their overall business results,” said Shawn Slavin, President of ITA. “In becoming an Alliance Partner in ITA, ScanForce has shown that they are committed to being part of the long-term success of their business partners and their end-user clients.”

We have existing partnerships with many of the ITA members, who recommend our warehouse and inventory management products to their Sage 100 and Sage Intacct customers to help them become more efficient. We look forward to collaborating with them further through ITA.

“Being an ITA Alliance Partner is a great way to meet and network with some of the biggest and best firms in the mid-market ERP business,” said Steve Showalter, Partner at ScanForce. “We are always looking for ways to improve our products and to help our business partners succeed. Having this ITA membership opportunity will allow both our people, and our clients, to be more successful in the future.”

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