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Beth McNally

Systems Consultant

Beth McNally

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Beth is a woman of many talents. For example, she can pick up almost anything with her toes. But even more impressive is what she can do with ERP and CRM systems.

Beth McNally specializes in implementing accounting and business intelligence software solutions and CRM systems for clients.

Her work with clients doesn’t stop with system implementation. She also provides training and ongoing support for clients. Her clients and coworkers know Beth as someone who truly loves “figuring out the puzzle” when it comes to system issues.

Beth most often works with Sage 300c (formerly Sage Accpac), Sage CRM and Microsoft Dynamics CRM. She happily shares her expertise with clients, regularly presenting at our Sage 300 Users Group meetings.

She is proficient in Microsoft SQL and has extensive knowledge of report writing. She also uses Scribe to integrate Sage 300 with other software applications and databases.

While most of Beth’s clients are in the Mid-Atlantic region, one engagement took her far from home, to Nigeria. Beth spent two weeks in Africa helping a nonprofit organization setup a new financial system used to track the transfer for funds for the treatment, research, care, training and prevention of highly communicable diseases such as HIV and AIDS.

Beth holds the following certifications:

  • Sage 300 Application Consultant – Financials/Distribution
  • Sage 300 Implementation Consultant
  • Sage 300 Technical Consultant
  • Sage CRM Implementation Certified Consultant
  • Certified Associate in Project Management
  • Microsoft Certified Professional
  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Applications

Additionally, Beth has certification in Microsoft SQL 2008 Implementation and Maintenance and extensive knowledge of report writing using SQL Reporting Services, Crystal Reports and FRx.


Bachelor of arts degree in accounting, Loyola College in Maryland

Just for Fun

  • Beth can pick up just about anything with her toes.
  • Beth has 10 grandchildren. She’s pushing for an even dozen.
  • Beth was once guarded by the Secret Service as she babysat then Vice President Ford’s grandchildren at his son’s wedding.