Jim Delis who is the Time Warner Cable Business Class Group Vice President of Partner Channels has made it to the prestigious and exclusive list of 2016 Most Influential Channel Chiefs.
The nominations are done by CRN which is a brand of The Channel Company. The list of the most influential channel chiefs brings together the best of the industry and inclusion of Delis is recognition of his exemplary work at TWC.
Some of the attributes looked at in coming up with the final list of nominees include their ability to drive growth as well as revenue in their respective organizations. Furthermore, they are probed on unique leadership skills. “We are honored to present the 2016 lineup of CRN Most Influential Channel Chiefs, comprised of outstanding executives who move our entire industry forward by cultivating exemplary partner programs and executing cutting-edge business strategy,” Robert Faletra, CEO of The Channel Company said while releasing the list of nominees.
“They represent an extraordinary group of individuals who lead by example and serve as both invaluable advocates and innovators of the IT channel. We applaud their incredible strides and look forward to following their accomplishments in the coming year.” Jeff Painting, the Senior Vice President, Chief Sales Officer, Time Warner Cable Business Services welcomed the nomination of Delis saying his leadership has helped push their growth forward.
“Jim’s leadership has resulted in tremendous growth for our partner channel program and has provided greater sales reach for Time Warner Cable Business Class. Jim and his team have truly made a mark on the industry and continue to demonstrate our company’s dedication to partners and resellers.” The editorial staff at CRN is solely responsible for selecting the nominees based on their professional achievements among many other attributes.
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