Lillian Aaron is inspired by small and mid-sized businesses. She understands the challenges they face and the tenacity required to build strong, growing organizations.
In 1983, Lillian began providing hands-on consulting and business automation services to clients in Florida and the Carribean. After relocating to Texas in 1996, she embraced the name Business Accounting Software, Inc., and quickly positioned BAS as a respected technology and consulting firm helping clients throughout the United States and overseas.
As President of BAS, Lillian works with a team of specialists to implement and support leading-edge products that drive efficiency and profitability for diverse clients. Their friendly, one-on-one consulting style helps business owners and managers feel at ease when adopting and learning new technology systems.
Lillian’s background is unique. She grew up on a farm in North Carolina. Her early experiences involved down-and-dirty farm routines, driving a school bus and teaching music. She also pursued a career in nursing, but a passion for business kept her intrigued by the inner workings of small and medium-sized companies.
She attended Florida Atlantic University and decided to make the most of her astute business skills by establishing BAS from the ground up. She designed the company to serve as a trusted partner for manufacturing, service-oriented and non-profit organizations.
BAS sells and supports advanced technology solutions that can be expanded and customized based on each client’s distinct needs. Products for smaller businesses include Intuit QuickBooks Enterprise (BAS is one of only four Intuit Solution Providers in the Austin area) and Method Integration (Method Certified Account Manager and winner of the Rookie of the Year award).
For larger organizations that have outgrown QuickBooks, BAS offers TRAVERSE Accounting Software (Top 25 Partner) and Open Systems Accounting Software (Top 25 Partner, Partner Council Member for over 14 years loyal reseller for Open Systems products since 1983).
Lillian continues to make her mark in the community. She was Commissioner of Emergency Services District #1 (three terms), Board Member of Jonestown Water Supply (three terms), President of American Society of Woman Accountants and Charter Member of Zenith Alliance, a business group that defines best practice models for top national resellers.
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