CS3 Technology Receives Accounting Today's Technology Pacesetter Award

2011 Technology Pacesetters list honors top-flight resellers in the accounting and ERP software marketplace.

Tulsa, OK, December 16, 2011 --(PR.com)-- CS3 Technology is once again proud to be chosen for the 2011 Pacesetter Award.

Each year Accounting Today magazine presents this award to organizations that market mid-market financial software applications. This year 50 companies in the accounting software channel have been recognized based on awards won by the organization, leadership, industry reputation, sales and growth. The names of all 50 recipients can be found in the November 2011 issue of Accounting Today at http://digital.accountingtoday.com/accountingtoday/201111#pg28.

Members of the list are firms that carry accounting and ERP software as a central part of their product line, and that have demonstrated excellence in the field. Revenue and firm size are not considered in selecting the Pacesetters.

About CS3 Technology
CS3 Technology offers complete business management consulting services to companies wanting to increase internal efficiencies through proven technology applications. CS3 Technology’s two-pronged approach features up front due diligence ensuring a proper recommendation and a detailed methodology ensuring a successful implementation. CS3 Technology’s background spans several decades of experience centered on accounting processes, tax compliance, employee benefits and information technology. Our consultants have a shared skill set of human resources and payroll experience and product expertise spanning a range of industries. CS3 Technology has selected to work primarily with products developed by Sage Software. CS3 Technology is committed to maintaining the highest ethical standards and professional growth through its active involvement in the American Institute of CPAs, the Information Technology Alliance, the HRMS Group and the Oklahoma Society of CPAs. For more information please visit www.CS3Technology.com.

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Gary Crouch