Vitale Caturano's, William Kracunas, Named to Boston Business Journal's 40 Under 40 List
The Boston Business Journal recently announced that Vitale Caturano shareholder William Kracunas has been named to the publication's 11th annual â¬Å40 under 40 list. The list recognizes 40 business men and women who are under 40 years old and have established themselves as leaders to be watched in their fields.
Â â¬ÅI am honored to be recognized by the Boston Business Journal, the paper of record for the Greater Boston business community, said Kracunas. â¬ÅI share this recognition with Vitale Caturano and our top notch consulting team.
Bill is a shareholder at Vitale Caturano and leads the firm's consulting practice. In the last 12 years, he has transformed the practice from a 4-person team with annual revenues of $500,000 to a 70 person full-service technology and management consulting practice with 2009 revenues projected to reach $14.5 M. As the first non-CPA shareholder in the firm's history, Bill's leadership has earned Vitale Caturano recognition as one of the area's â¬ÅTop 20 Largest IT Consulting Firms by the Boston Business Journal for the third consecutive year and one the â¬ÅTop 50 Value Added Resellers (VARS) by Accounting Technology. Bill is a member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Boston Chamber of Commerce Future Leaders Program. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from North Adams State College and is currently pursuing his Masters degree in Business Administration from Bentley College.
â¬ÅBoston's competitive advantage comes from the collective brainpower of its young professional community, said Michael Olivieri, publisher of the Boston Business Journal. â¬ÅThis year's 40 under 40 class represents again the deep talent pool and energy that gives Boston its economic edge.