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Revolabs Marketing Specialist Garners Industry Honor

May 17, 2016

Many folks in the channel think they’re pretty good at their jobs, but when the industry itself recognizes those accomplishments, it takes on extra meaning. That’s why a new recognition for a member of the Revolabs team is having such an impact.

It was recently announced that Ashley Nguyen, channel marketing specialist at conferencing leader Revolabs, Inc., was named to CRN’s prestigious 2016 Women of the Channel list.

“The women executives who comprise this annual list span the IT channel representing vendors, distributors, solution providers, and other organizations that figure prominently in the channel ecosystem,” Revolabs noted in making the announcement. “Each is recognized for her outstanding leadership, vision, and unique role in driving channel growth and innovation. CRN editors select the Women of the Channel honorees on the basis of their professional accomplishments, demonstrated expertise, and ongoing dedication to the IT channel.”

Nguyen fits that profile. She is a recognized marketing expert with more than 12 years of experience in various industries including communications, test and measurement, military, industrial, medical, and commercial and residential real estate. At Revolabs, Nguyen launched a number of successful channel marketing initiatives, allowing the company’s partners to achieve both sales and marketing goals. Her responsibilities include building tools such as new product training, webinars, partner portal, and newsletters.

“Ashley is a valuable representative for Revolabs,” said Randall Lee, director, strategic and channel marketing at Revolabs. “Her knowledge of our channel partners’ go-to-market and business plans is a vital resource for driving sales and marketing strategies across the entire Revolabs channel. This award is a great recognition of the talents and expertise Ashley brings to our team.”

Robert Faletra, CEO of The Channel Company, CRN’s parent, echoed Lee’s comments.

“These executives have made a lasting mark on our industry — growing and elevating partner programs, leading transitions to new business models, and introducing cutting-edge go-to-market strategies, among other remarkable achievements,” he said. “We congratulate all the 2016 Women of the Channel and celebrate their singular contributions to the advancement of the channel ecosystem.”

Edited by Peter Bernstein