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Anthony Della Selva

Anthony is the Customer Success Manager at Leap the Pond. Before joining Leap the Pond, Anthony served in a variety of industries ranging from hedge funds, telecommunications, and higher education, with specializations in financial modeling, financial reporting, budgeting, and cost optimization. Anthony received an M.B.A and B.S. in Finance from Quinnipiac University, where he assisted Athletics head coaches in managing their annual operating expenditures against budget Anthony lives in Shelton, Connecticut with wife Katie, 5-year-old son Jack, and 2-year-old son Eli.
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Recent Posts

Economic Nexus and the Future of Sales Tax: The Impact of the South Dakota vs. Wayfair, Inc. Ruling

November 28, 2018
Posted by: Anthony Della Selva

Category: Sage Intacct Marketplace Partners

We're sharing a blog post from our friends at Avalara today. Avalara helps businesses get tax compliance right. Avalara released a ...

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Wednesday Wisdom: Lead Without Formal Authority

November 14, 2018
Posted by: Anthony Della Selva

Category: Wednesday Wisdom

I had the pleasure of seeing Lisa Earle McLeod, author of Selling with Noble Purpose, speak this year at Sage Intacct Advantage. She ...

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Cut Your Invoicing Time with AP Automation

November 05, 2018
Posted by: Anthony Della Selva

Category: Sage Intacct Marketplace Partners

Say goodbye to filing cabinets and lost invoices. When accounts payable processes are paper-based your team wastes time chasing ...

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Wednesday Wisdom: Sage Intacct's Personal GDPR Data Management Service

September 19, 2018
Posted by: Anthony Della Selva

Category: Software, Sage Intacct, Wednesday Wisdom

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is impacting businesses whether or not they have a presence in the European Union (EU). It ...

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2018 Sales Tax Changes, A Mid-Year Update

September 13, 2018
Posted by: Anthony Della Selva

Category: Sage Intacct Marketplace Partners

Avalara released their mid-year update on 2018 sales tax changes. 2018 has proven to be a big year for tax changes. For example, the ...

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