The Sleeter Group's 'Awesome Applications' Award Winners
by Terri Eyden on
By AccountingWEB Staff
Each year, The Sleeter Group researches the marketplace of accounting software and hardware solutions to identify and recognize the companies and products that deliver "awesome" value.
This year's "Awesome Applications" winners were announced by Doug Sleeter, founder and president of The Sleeter Group, on October 22 at the 2012 Accounting Solutions Conference in Anaheim, California.
Following are the winning companies and their award-winning applications:
- Avalara /AvaTax
- Bill.com / Bill.com
- BQE Software Inc. / BillQuick
- Cloud9 Real Time / Virtual Server Solution
- Concur / Concur Small Business Edition
- Intuit Inc. / QuickBooks Online
- SmartVault Inc. / SmartVault
- Xero / Xero
- Zoho Corporation / Zoho CRM
See a list of previous Awesome Award winners.
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