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With more than 1,500 Application Partners, it’s safe to say that the Channel is a key and highly valued avenue for Progress. With that in mind, we’re pleased to announce that Kimberly King, vice president, Global Partners and Channels; Colleen Smith, vice president, Software as a Service (SaaS); and Jessica Baker, global director, Partner Program, have all been recognized by CRN as three of the top Women of the Channel.
CRN’s annual list recognizes female executives across vendor channel organizations, distributors and solution providers for their accomplishments over the past year, and the far-reaching impact they are having on the technology industry going forward.
Kimberly King was also included in the elite POWER 100 list, which recognizes a select subset of women based on their rank, influence, channel savvy and exceptional achievements.
King, Smith and Baker have all played integral roles in Progress’ channel strategy over the past year, including launching our inaugural Partner Advisory Council to ensure open communication and partner collaboration, as well as expanding our SaaS and Cloud Enablement program.
Please join us in congratulating them on their accomplishments.
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