|By Business Wire||
|June 3, 2014 11:30 AM EDT||
Net@Work, a leading provider of integrated business technology solutions today announced that it has acquired the Abila Nonprofit practice of ADSS Global (ADSS), a total information service company with 50 offices worldwide. All ADSS Abila clients will receive immediate support from the Net@Work Abila Nonprofit team and have full access to Net@Work’s complement of business technology solutions and IT consulting services, including: document and enterprise content management, custom development and integrations, eCommerce and web design, marketing automation, and infrastructure-related services.
"Our Abila Nonprofit team looks forward to welcoming and working with ADSS Global's Abila clients and supporting all their operational needs, including fund accounting, HR, payroll, and document management," said Jeannie Huckstep, Net@Work Nonprofit Practice Director. "Over the last year we have continued to grow the strength of our Abila practice both organically and through key acquisitions, and today's announcement further reinforces our commitment to nonprofits and their mission."
"Our Abila customers will be well-served by Net@Work's nonprofit practice given their team's deep understanding of their challenges and the breadth of resources they're able to dedicate to them,” said Robert Campbell, ADSS Global CEO. “All of our former Abila clients will receive the attention and support of Net@Work's nonprofit specialists, and gain access to their business technology solutions, while enabling us to focus on our core Sage 300 ERP practice."
"Today's announcement further establishes Net@Work as one of the premier providers of Abila support and dedicated services to nonprofits,” said Krista Endsley, Abila CEO. “ADSS's former Abila clients will immediately benefit from their nonprofit expertise and understanding of their business challenges."
In addition to today's announcement, Net@Work's Abila practice builds on previous acquisitions, including leading Nonprofit solution provider Huckstep & Associates and the Abila Nonprofit practice of Blytheco, extending a full complement of services to nonprofits in all niches, including workforce, community action, health care, education, research, and other types of nonprofits. While Net@Work expands its commitment to the management and growth of nonprofits, the company continues to work closely with Sage North America, remaining one of its top Business Partners implementing and supporting Sage ERP, Sage CRM, and Sage HRMS solutions.
Founded in 1996 as a network support company, Net@Work has evolved into a provider of a full range of IT services and solutions, including Nonprofit accounting (Abila), ERP (Sage ERP X3, Sage 500, Sage 300, Sage 100,), CRM (Sage CRM, SalesLogix, Act!), HRMS (Sage HRMS), document and content management systems, custom web development and systems integration. Headquartered in NYC with offices across North America, their professional services staff of 160+ supports over 5,000 clients. The company has received numerous awards for its high level of client satisfaction. Partnerships with proven technology leaders, including Abila, Sage Software, Microsoft, Magento, Dell, HP, Citrix and VMware, allow Net@Work to deliver a range of unbiased, integrated solutions that bring its clients every competitive advantage possible. For more information on Net@Work please call 1-800-719-3307 or visit www.netatwork.com
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