STAMFORD, Conn. – Linda Kuppersmith, president of CMIT Solutions of Stamford, has been named to CRN Magazine’s exclusive list of Women of the Channel.
The annual list highlights the accomplishments of female executives within vendor, distribution and solution provider organizations, and the impact those executives have on the advancement of information technology.
CRN Magazine also recognized Kuppersmith as one of this year’s inaugural Power 50 Solution Providers. The Power 50 honors a leading subset of female executives at solution provider organizations who extend their company's scope of influence as trusted advisers int he world of information technology.
“CRN's Women of the Channel includes some of the most innovative, creative and effective leaders in the industry. I'm honored to be recognized among them,” said Kuppersmith. “Moving forward, I look to continue driving advancements for the IT Channel Community and the Stamford business community.”
This is the third time Kuppersmith has received this honor. She was also named the brand’s 2014 People’s Choice winner.
“I am elated to see Linda recognized publicly for what is common knowledge within the CMIT Solutions family. Linda is one of the top executives in our field,” said Jeff Connally, CEO and president of CMIT Solutions Inc. “Her strategic vision, operational know-how, and inspirational leadership are unparalleled. We look forward to watching her office continue to succeed now and in the months and years to come."
CMIT Solutions is a leading provider of professional IT services and products to small and medium-size businesses.
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