aACE Software Featured in Idaho Business Review

aACE Software Featured in Idaho Business Review

Two months ago we announced our expansion to Boise, and we’re pleased to say we’re already attracting attention in our new hometown. Recently the Idaho Business Review spoke to aACE Software President Michael Bethuy about his decision to establish our new headquarters in the Treasure Valley.

Michael shared that because our Boise office is the center of our general operations — including ongoing aACE development, technical support, documentation, and administrative functions — we’re looking for the kind of seasoned professionals that tend to be attracted to an area like Boise, which boasts both a low cost and high quality of living.

“We’re not looking to hire kids right out of school,” Michael told Zach Kyle of the IBR. “Because of the complexity of our product, we want to hire professionals who are seasoned, stable and with kids, that sort of thing. People like that are extraordinarily expensive in places like New York.”

The IBR article focused largely on the Accounting portion of our software; a shortage of accounting talent has many businesses turning to technology to fill the gap. As a complete quote-to-cash solution, aACE is poised to take advantage of this trend. “[I would recommend aACE to] any company that needs a seemingly impossible-to-achieve customized accounting system that will take them from inputting a transaction to the general ledger,” says Wendy Donenfield, CPA and Controller at aACE client M&R International.

For more details on our expansion to Boise, read the full story on aACE in print or online at the Idaho Business Review. And to learn more about how aACE can help your business achieve full visibility into your accounting system and more, contact us today.

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