Broadvoice Marketing VP Recognized for Vision, Innovation and Advocacy for the Indirect Channel
Channel Partners magazine, a resource for indirect sales channels offering IT and telecom systems and services, is pleased to announce that Rebecca Rosen, vice president of marketing for Broadvoice, has been selected as a winner of the 2018 Circle of Excellence Awards.
Circle of Excellence winners were honored during an awards ceremony on April 19 at the Spring 2018 Channel Partners Conference & Expo in Las Vegas.
“Circle of Excellence honors executives for their vision, innovation and advocacy of the indirect channel during a time of transition,” said Art Wittmann, content director of Channel Partners. “This program recognizes IT and telecom channel leaders who are helping their partners create business value for their customers.”
Rosen is an accomplished technology marketing executive with more than 17 years of experience serving competitive communications providers. She also is vice president and chair of the Finance Committee for Alliance of Channel Women (formerly Women in the Channel); a former faculty member for leading IT industry association CompTIA; and a frequent speaker on marketing, strategy, leadership and technology issues at industry events.
As the leader of Broadvoice’s marketing initiatives, Rosen was instrumental in the 2018 rollout of Broadvoice b-hive, a unified communications-as-a-service (UCaaS) and virtual call center platform that enables channel partners to deliver unprecedented cloud communications capabilities to small and medium businesses (SMBs) nationwide.
Channel Partners editors selected Circle of Excellence winners based on their leadership in the industry, the channel or their company as well as their advocacy for channel support/resources within their own company.