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Eide Bailly Achieves Gold Partner Status with Salesforce

March 01, 2018

Eide Bailly announced today that they have achieved Gold Partner status with Salesforce CRM.

With more than 1,600 successful Salesforce projects and an outstanding customer satisfaction rating, Eide Bailly joins an elite group of Salesforce partners at Gold level worldwide.

“The move to Gold level underscores our team’s commitment to both the Salesforce platform and the long-term success of our clients,” said Scott Kost, director of Eide Bailly’s technology consulting practice. “After 100 years in business and our high level of recognition in the marketplace by partners like Salesforce and NetSuite, our clients can feel confident in our technology expertise across the board.”

Salesforce Gold Consulting Partner

About Eide Bailly LLP
Eide Bailly’s journey began in 1917. By embracing change and focusing on innovative ideas, we’ve grown with our clients to become one of the top 25 accounting firms in the nation. Talented, down-to-earth people work at Eide Bailly, and we're inspired to deliver outstanding expertise and care to our clients across the nation in the areas of audit, tax, accounting and business advisory services.

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