The CEO of Burlington IT Support Company Shares Her Knowledge After Attending The “Women of the Channel Winter Workshop”
Stuart R. Crawford / Stuart Crawford
Burlington, ON (Dec. 5, 2013)—Norrie Davidson, CEO for Burlington IT support company WW Works, recently attended the Women of the Channel Winter Workshop in New York City. Not only was it a fantastic place to visit in December, with the Christmas trees and lights, but a valuable learning experience for Norrie and the team at WW Works. The workshop provided attendees the opportunity to understand and improve best practices, and connect with others who strive to help women succeed in the IT industry.
The Channel Company is an American provider of IT channel-focused events, media, research, consulting, and sales and marketing services. Its members include high-tech suppliers and solution providers.
Attending The Workshop Provides Ongoing Benefits To Our Clients
Norrie made sure to attend as many sessions and workshops possible led by leaders in the IT industry. Upon her return she immediately shared this knowledge with the team at WW Works in an effort to help us better serve our clients. Norrie’s attendance at the Workshop is yet another way WW Works invests in our clients. We pride ourselves on continuously learning about the latest technologies and best practices in the world of information technology. In this way, we can be the best IT provider in the Toronto, Ontario area, ensuring our clients receive up-to-date information and technologies to meet their specific business needs.
About The Channel Company
The Channel Company is the channel community’s trusted source for growth and innovation, with established brands including XChange Events, CRN, IPED, and SharedVue. For over three decades, The Channel Company has leveraged leading- edge platforms to deliver sales and marketing solutions for the technology channel. For more information visit the at: http://www.thechannelcompany.com/