Posted on June 3, 2015
SOMERSET, N.J.—(June 3, 2015) — Raritan, a leading provider of data center infrastructure management (DCIM) and rack power distribution solutions, today announced that Ashley Fox, Raritan’s Director of Americas Channels, has been named to The Channel Company’s prestigious 2015 CRN® Women of the Channel. Fox also has been recognized as one of this year’s Power 100.
The editors of CRN selected the winners based on their accomplishments and the influence they wield over the technology channel. The Power 100 spotlights an elite subset of Women of the Channel honorees whose insight and influence in their respective companies help drive channel success.
Fox is recognized for advancing Raritan’s channel strategy supporting the company’s three data center businesses – Intelligent Power Distribution, DCIM, and KVM-over-IP Access. “The channel is a proven and well-established route to market for all of Raritan’s products and services,” says Herman Chan, SVP of Global Marketing and GM of DCIM at Raritan. “Under Ashley’s leadership our channel presence has increased and our partner program was enhanced to help our partners succeed.”
“We applaud the exceptional contributions of the honorees in this year’s Women of the Channel Power 100. These executives have made a lasting mark on the industry by helping to shape the channel’s future,” says Robert Faletra, CEO, The Channel Company. “We are privileged to celebrate their far-reaching influence, innovation and commitment to the IT channel community.”
5-Star Channel Program
The Channel Company also recently awarded Raritan a 5-Star rating in the CRN 2015 Partner Program Guide, marking the seventh consecutive year it has received the accolade. The 5-Star rating recognizes an elite subset of companies that offer solution providers the best partnering elements in their channel programs. To determine the 2015 5-Star recipients, The Channel Company’s research team assessed each vendor based on investments in program offerings, partner profitability, partner training, education and support, marketing programs and resources, sales support and communication.
Earlier in the year Raritan made the CRN Data Center 100 list, which features leading technology vendors whose solutions are vital to today’s data centers. Raritan was selected for its innovative solutions that solve data center issues, such as reducing power and cooling costs, finding infrastructure capacity, managing assets and monitoring performance.
Raritan is a proven innovator of energy and infrastructure management solutions for data centers of all sizes. In more than 50,000 locations worldwide, Raritan’s award-winning hardware and software solutions – including intelligent rack PDUs and environment sensors; DCIM software; and KVM switch products – provide IT and facility directors, managers and administrators with the control they need to increase power management efficiency, improve data center productivity and enhance operations. Based in Somerset, N.J., Raritan has offices worldwide serving customers in 76 countries. Visit us at Raritan.com, RaritanDCIM.com, or follow us on the Raritan blog.
Raritan is an active member of the Green Grid, Climate Savers Computing Initiative, and the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design associations. The EPA has recognized Raritan for its contribution to the agency’s data center initiative. A number of top industry analyst firms have recognized the company: Raritan was named a “Cool DCIM Vendor” by Gartner; a “Major DCIM player worldwide” three times by IDC; a “Strong Value DCIM Vendor” by EMA; and, “Key DCIM player” by TechNavio. Raritan’s solutions have won numerous awards.
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