Our People

Bettina Nardizzi is a highly accomplished Engagement Manager with a wealth of experience in the accounting and technology solutions fields. With over 15 years of experience in accounting and more than a decade in project management, she has honed her skills in delivering successful outsourced technology solutions, particularly focusing on NetSuite and Sage Intacct implementations.

Bettina leverages her strong analytical and strategic thinking abilities to ensure that each project she undertakes is completed efficiently and effectively. She possesses a deep understanding of the intricacies involved in implementing complex financial systems, allowing her to navigate challenges and deliver tailored solutions that meet the unique needs of each client.

Bettina’s primary goal is to help businesses streamline their processes, improve efficiency and lay the groundwork for future growth and transformation. She works closely with clients to identify areas of improvement and develops comprehensive roadmaps that align with their long-term objectives. By combining her accounting expertise with her project management skills, Bettina ensures that the implementation of NetSuite, Sage Intacct and other technology solutions is seamless and delivers measurable results.

Throughout her career, Bettina has successfully managed numerous high-profile projects, demonstrating her ability to lead cross-functional teams and collaborate with stakeholders at all levels. Her strong communication skills enable her to effectively convey complex technical concepts to non-technical audiences, ensuring that all parties are aligned and working towards a common goal.

Bettina’s dedication to staying up to date with the latest industry trends and best practices allows her to provide clients with innovative solutions that drive business growth. She continuously seeks opportunities to expand her knowledge and expertise, ensuring that she can offer cutting-edge advice and guidance to the organizations she serves.

Quick facts


BS/Accounting – University of Phoenix