Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) June 02, 2014
Star2Star Communications, makers of the World’s Most Scalable Cloud Communications Solution, today announced that Michelle Accardi-Petersen, the company’s Chief Marketing Officer, has been named to the 2014 CRN Women of the Channel. The annual list highlights the accomplishments of female executives within vendor, distribution, and solution provider organizations, and the impact they are having on the advancement of the IT channel industry as a whole. In addition, Accardi-Petersen is recognized on the new Channel Up-And-Comers list for 2014, giving special recognition to rising-star female executives at companies across the channel.
Accardi-Petersen joined Star2Star from Computer Associates in June of 2013. She is responsible for Star2Star’s overall marketing strategy and integrated marketing initiatives.
“We’re exceptionally proud of Michelle”, said Norman Worthington, CEO of Star2Star. “She has accomplished a tremendous amount including a total overhaul of our brand image and partner marketing programs”, he continued.
The Women of the Channel will be featured in the June issue of CRN magazine and online at http://www.crn.com.
Founded in 2006 in Sarasota, Florida, Star2Star Communications delivers the World’s Most Complete and Scalable Cloud Communications Solution. Star2Star unifies customers’ voice, video, fax, instant messaging and presence management into a single, easy-to-use system. Star2Star’s award-winning, patent-pending Constellation™ technology overcomes the reliability and quality limitations of other communications technologies.
In the past three years, Star2Star was named to the Forbes Most Promising Companies list, the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 twice, and the Inc. 500|5000 three times. Star2Star also recently received Inc. Magazine’s Hire Power Award honoring the top private business job creators in the country.
Available across North America, Star2Star systems are used by hundreds of thousands of business users, including large national chains with multi-location communications footprints.