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BMRG Group Advisory Program (GAP), a consultancy providing collaborative education and advisory services for growing CPA/accounting, technology, legal and other professional service firms, announced that Cloud9 Real Timehas signed on as a Platinum-level sponsor for 2013. The announcement was made by Jennifer Katrulya, CPA.CITP, CGMA, President and CEO of BMRG GAP.
Cloud9 Real Time offers two distinct cloud solutions: QuickBooks Hosting in a shared environment and their more robust, award-winning Private Cloud solution with customized virtual servers. Both solutions meet an accountant's primary concern: cloud security. Through Cloud9, all data and applications are available in a secure, central location at a SOC2 and SSAE16 Certified data center while providing the user access 24/7 from anywhere. Cloud9 hosts over 300 applications as well as Exchange services, allowing the business owner to eliminate in-house servers and shift the focus back to billable hours. Cloud9 will hold its annual User Conference, the Cloud Summit August 14-16, 2013 in San Diego, California.
"We are thrilled to be part of the BMRG GAP program because the type of firm Jennifer attracts to her program is the same kind of firm that is interested in not only our hosting services, but in learning how to make their firms more efficient through cloud technologies," said Robert J. Chandler, President and CEO of Cloud9 Real Time. "We are already involved with Jennifer and her team through her weekly "10 With Jen" segment on CloudTalkRadio every Tuesday. Because we have a solid relationship with BMRG, we know that our sponsorship will be truly rewarding for BMRG members."
"Our BMRG GAP sponsorships are focused on helping our members improve their firms by becoming more efficient and more profitable," said Katrulya. "A key part of improvement is a smarter use of technology. Everyone at Cloud9 understands the needs and opportunities of the accounting community. As a result, our members will be privy to the knowledge Cloud9 has to share to help them further develop their practices."