CRI is proud to announce today that Paul Leatherman, CTO has been named to the 2014-15 Channel Partners Advisory Board.
Farmingdale, NJ (PRWEB) September 09, 2014 – The board includes members of the channel community who serve two-year terms. These include telecom agents, master agents, IT VARs, telecom dealers/interconnects, managed services providers, cloud service providers, telecommunications service providers, hardware/software vendors and industry consultants. In addition, there are six association members representing the Alliance Partners, Cloud Girls, CompTIA, Women in the Channel (WIC), Technology Channel Association (TCA) and Technology Assurance Group (TAG).
At CRI, Paul brings industry leading technology solutions to the market. As CTO his leadership has impacted not only CRI’s product portfolio but the entire corporate landscape. Paul continues to orchestrate the pursuit of new technologies, and most importantly provide the talented engineering team an executive leadership source for discussing, investigating, designing, integrating and prioritizing future solutions. Paul shapes the story of CRI through the eyes of a visionary emphasizing CRI’s commitment as an industry pioneer. This type of enthusiasm and commitment will prove to be a strong asset to the Channel Partners Advisory Board.
“Since it was formed in 2007, the Channel Partners Advisory Board has proved to be a vital part of the success of the publication and the event. We rely on these industry insiders to help make sure our content is on target and that our programs are meaningful to the telecom and IT channels,” said Khali Henderson, editor in chief of Channel Partners “We welcome Paul Leatherman to the Advisory Board, and thank him for volunteering both time and expertise.”
As a board member, Paul Leatherman will become a regular contributor to the Channel Partners Peer-to-Peer blog (http://www.channelpartnersonline.com/blogs/peertopeer.aspx) and also the Channel Partners Network online community at LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/groupRegistration?gid=1593337).
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