NEW YORK (PRWEB) March 25, 2020
The Software Report is pleased to announce The Top 50 Tech Services CEOs of 2020. These CEOs lead organizations from the hundreds to the hundreds of thousands. In today’s global economy tech services has increasingly become a critical component to businesses both large and small.
This year’s awardees are some of the most impressive CEOs across the industry. They were selected based on close evaluation of the large volume of nominations submitted. The Software Report's editorial staff paid particular attention to substantive comments about each nominee’s leadership capabilities and effectiveness in setting an optimal growth strategy while recruiting the right executive team members. Also important was understanding a nominee’s integrity, drive, intelligence and the manner in which they cultivated a positive company culture.
While it is more common to see and hear of celebrity CEOs in the tech industry, it is the tech services CEOs who are the linchpins in technology being distributed and deployed. They play a critical role in implementing and sustaining technology throughout the business ecosystem.
Congratulations to The Top 50 Tech Services CEOs of 2020! The complete feature article can be read here: https://www.thesoftwarereport.com/top-50-tech-services-ceos-of-2020/
This year’s top 10 awardees include: C Vijayakumar of HCL Technologies, Roger Stone of Leidos, Abid Neemuchwala of Wipro, Salil Parekh of Infosys, Laila Worrell of Altran Americas, Rich Hume of Tech Data, Kevin Samuelson of Infor, Monty Hamilton of Rural Sourcing, Jay Alvather of TEKsystems, and David Henley of Meriplex Communications.
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