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JMT’s Focus on Nonprofits Earns Distinction as a Top ERP Reseller

Top 100 Logo, Accounting For Non Profit Organizations

At JMT, we are proud to once again be distinguished as one of the leading providers of ERP software to the mid-market by Bob Scott. What distinguishes JMT on this list is that we are the largest firm that exclusively serves the non-for-profit space. Our focus on nonprofits and the quality of the projects that we deliver are reflected in our inclusion in this list. We are grateful for the trust that so many organizations have places in us and we look forward to continuing to grow and serve this sector for many years to come.

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