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Peak Performance Platforms Announces Partnerships With Intacct And LeagueAthletics.com

Firm to Implement Cloud-Based Accounting ERP Solution for Sports Clubs and Organizations

DENVER, Nov. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Peak Performance Platforms LLC, a professional services firm in Denver, Colorado and a marketer and seller of cloud-based finance and accounting systems, today announced that it has entered into commercial partnerships with LeagueAthletics.com LLC, a recognized leader in online sports registration software and management solutions, and Intacct, a leading provider of cloud financial management and accounting software.

Under the partnership agreement, Peak Performance Platforms will integrate Intacct's cloud-based accounting software with LeagueAthletics.com, allowing sports clubs and organizations an efficient, low-cost, online platform to manage cash flow, receivables, invoicing, and payment processing.

"Intacct provides companies with professional-strength financial management and accounting applications that fit into their existing business infrastructure, integrating well with the key applications they use to run their business," said Clark Newby, Vice President of Marketing for Intacct. "This integration delivered by Peak Performance Platforms is another great example of our system's flexibility and helps our joint customers improve efficiency by streamlining the workflow between Intacct and LeagueAthletics.com."

Don Malin, President of LeagueAthletics.com said, "As a leader in the sports online league management industry, it is important for us to provide our customers [sports clubs and organizations] an easy solution to manage and control their finances. With Peak Performance Platforms' integration of Intacct's cloud-based accounting system, our customers will now have the much needed controls, checks and balances that are necessary for their sport club or organization to thrive."

A key benefit of the cloud accounting platform is the visibility of real-time, web-based dashboards, reporting and analytics for club managers. With access to up-to-date information on online sports registrations, invoices, and revenues, managers will know the financial status of their club or organization at any time. Rob Lee, Managing Director of Peak Performance Platforms, said, "Our software solutions improve financial visibility and accounting accuracy, and our system of controls reduce the likelihood of unscrupulous behaviors such as embezzlement or misappropriation of club funds."

Mr. Lee said, "We are delighted with this partnership agreement and pleased to be the first accounting firm in the world to develop a software integration between LeagueAthletics.com and a cloud-based accounting platform. Our cloud-based solution is an ERP platform for sport clubs that is second to none!"

SOURCE Peak Performance Platforms LLC

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