Digium’s Steve Harvey Named CRN Channel Chief 2017

By Emily Arnold

DigiumThe Channel Company recently released their annual list of CRN Channel Chiefs, and we are proud to announce Steve Harvey, Digium’s VP of Worldwide Sales and Service, has been named to this prestigious list.

The 2017 Channel Chiefs are the top leaders in the IT channel who are responsible for, and excel at, driving growth and revenue in their organizations through channel partners. Channel Chiefs are an elite group of executives who have demonstrated loyalty and ongoing support for the IT channel by consistently promoting, defending, and executing outstanding channel partner programs.

Steve is the embodiment of a true Channel Chief with his commitment to growing and supporting Digium’s channel programs. Since joining the team in 2007, Steve has worked to develop a 5-star partner program for Digium’s on-premises communications solutions, and has since been a driving force behind the implementation and success of Digium’s award-winning Cloud Agent program. This year alone, our Agent community has grown by an astounding 39%, due largely to Steve’s excellent leadership. He is continually working to fine tune the Digium channel sales process and to find untapped areas of support for partners to help enable them to be even more successful.

Having Steve included in the list of 2017 Channel Chiefs is both an honor and a validation that Digium offers an exceptional channel program for our partners and outstanding business communications solutions for our customers. Our partners are among the best in the industry and our success is a direct result of their expertise, local capabilities, and commitment to customer support.

The 2017 Channel Chiefs list is featured in the February 2017 issue of CRN, and can also be viewed online.

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Emily Arnold

Emily is the Content Strategist for Digium. In this role, she leads the content marketing strategy to further develop and execute upon Digium’s overall brand messaging, value propositions, competitive differentiators, and industry standing as a thought leader. Prior to joining Digium in 2013, Emily worked with engineering and e-commerce companies to develop their SEO, social media, and content strategies. She graduated with honors from the University of Alabama in Huntsville with a BSBA in Management and Marketing.

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