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CHICAGO (May 22, 2023) – Leading advisory CPA firm Baker Tilly US, LLP (Baker Tilly), is recognized as a 2023 Sage Partner Platinum Club winner. The annual award is given to Sage Intacct's top partners for their exceptional performance throughout the fiscal year.

The winning partners demonstrated remarkable sales performance and ingenuity in delivering value to customers through the delivery of Sage Intacct products.

Achieving the award is a significant accomplishment. "We are proud to be recognized as a Sage Partner Platinum Club winner. This award exemplifies our dedication to delivering value to our customers with best-in-class Sage solutions. We are determined to continue helping our customers achieve their digital transformation goals with the best solutions in the market" said Marcus Wagner, Baker Tilly Digital partner.

About Baker Tilly US, LLP (

Baker Tilly US, LLP (Baker Tilly) is a leading advisory CPA firm, providing clients with a genuine coast-to-coast and global advantage in major regions of the U.S. and in many of the world’s leading financial centers – New York, London, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago. Baker Tilly is an independent member of Baker Tilly International, a worldwide network of independent accounting and business advisory firms in 145 territories, with 41,000 professionals and a combined worldwide revenue of $4.7 billion. Visit or join the conversation on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

About Sage:

Sage exists to knock down barriers so everyone can thrive, starting with the millions of small and mid-sized businesses served by Sage, its partners and accountants. Customers trust Sage’s finance, HR and payroll software to make work and money flow. By digitizing business processes and relationships with customers, suppliers, employees, banks and governments, Sage’s digital network connects SMBs, removing friction and delivering insights. Knocking down barriers also means that Sage uses time, technology and experience to tackle digital inequality, economic inequality and the climate crisis.