Check out the videos below to see why channel professionals are choosing to become members of C4. Over time, we will profile key accomplishments, best practices, and other relevant information related to members and their channel careers.
Hear from the President, Paolo Del Nibletto, as to why C4 was created. Take a look what of C4 Directors have to say about the Channel.
Board of Directors, C4
Vice-President, Partners, Channels and Inside Sales
HP Enterprise Canada
Spotlight on Mergers and Acquisitions
There was unprecedented upheaval in the solution provider channel in 2015, with countless deals impacting hundreds of people. The M&A activity was so significant, CDN chose to set aside the tradition of naming a top newsmaker of the year and made it M&A activity the top story. For an insider view on what is prompting… Read more »More →
The new pathway to channel leadership
The Canadian Channel Chiefs Council (C4) has embarked on a first-of-its-kind initiative to introduce new standards and increased professionalism to the channel community. C4 has launched the Pathways Program, an extensive accreditation process for channel professionals in the IT industry. Designed in consultation with some of Canada’s senior channel leaders, the Pathways Program will hone… Read more »More →
Get certified. It’s good for business.
IT certifications are a reliable indicator of employee success By Ron Cohen Vice Chair of the Channel Chiefs Council As a lifelong learner, I’ve long espoused the importance of education. I am always reading something and try to learn something new everyday. In my career as a sales leader, I’ve always made sure that our… Read more »More →
Channel Update: Who’s In, Who’s Out
The year is barely into its third month, but there’s already been enough changes in the channel to wear out a revolving door. One of the more significant moves came at HP Inc. Canada when Mary Ann Yule of CDW Canada was named to replace leader Lloyd Bryant, who retired after 30-plus year with the… Read more »More →
Recognition Luncheon brings more awareness to Women in IT
Eaton Industries Canada IT channel manager Jodi Bonham was on hand at the 5th annual CDN Women of the IT Channel Recognition Luncheon and believes shows such as this one brings more awareness to the cause of Women in IT.
Bonham, who is also a board member of the Canadian Channel Chiefs Council, voted on the Rising Star award, won by Scalar Decisions Aoife McMonagle.
In this video interview, Bonham added that Eaton has a global initiative on diversity that works to promote internally women to upper management positions. This diversity strategy has three main pillars: enhancement, promotion and mentoring of women.More →