Jim StubanasSenior Sage Intacct Consultant
- Intacct Certified
- Core Product
- Project Accounting
- Revenue Recognition
- Microsoft Dynamics GP Certified
- Microsoft SQL Server Certified
- BA, Business & Economics, University of Pittsburgh
Jim Stubanas attended the University of Pittsburgh and earned a dual major in Business & Economics, with a minor in Finance and a concentration in Accounting. After graduating from Pitt, Jim worked for Conrail as both a Cost Analyst and Internal Auditor. He then joined a CPA practice where he helped to develop a software consulting firm, providing implementation services for small to medium-sized businesses. His software experience includes Solomon, Sage 50 & Sage 100, as well as Macola and Platinum software.
Jim joined Massey Consulting in 2012 and specializes in Dynamics GP, Intacct cloud accounting, Scribe integrations, and SQL Reporting Services. To date, Jim Stubanas has successfully implemented more than 200 ERP systems.
When Jim isn’t doing ERP implementations, you’ll find him out day hiking with his family, take a long bike ride, or motorcycling. He is also an avid reader and music lover.
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