Happy 10th Birthday – Sunburst Software Solutions, Inc.
Back 2000 who would have thought that developing a QuickBooks integrated add-on would become a very popular trend among software developers?
Heck, there wasn’t even a widely known, let alone an “Intuit approved method” of accessing QuickBooks data at that time, so WHY would anyone want to form a company that would read QuickBooks data to generate certified payroll reports for construction contractors?
Yet, on August 16, 2000 that is exactly what Ben & Nancy Smyth of Sunburst Software Solutions, Inc. decided to do – write QuickBooks integrated software that would produce Certified Payroll Reports for government construction projects.
Ten years and almost 4,000 contractors using QuickBooks later; Sunburst is still going strong.
We would like to say “thank you” to all of our current and past customers for their support and feedback; you’ve only helped us provide more functionality than we initially planned for.
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