TROY, NY – May 13, 2015 – ChannelEyes Corporation today announced that its board of directors has approved the promotion of co-founder and COO, Jay McBain to CEO. Bob Godgart has assumed the position of Chairman of the Board.
“ChannelEyes has grown significantly in the past year,” said Godgart. “Becoming the largest channel acceleration platform in the world, tripling staff, and moving to a new head office location in Troy, NY have all been highlights.”
The innovative solution drives new levels of engagement and sales enablement of agents, dealers, resellers, and extended sales teams. ChannelEyes delivers a robust set of mobile tools for leading global companies such as HP, Verizon, CA Technologies, and OKI to manage their increasingly complex channel organizations.
The ChannelEyes platform includes a rich set of functionality including communication, messaging, sales service tools that companies can brand and securely put in the hands of their indirect channels. It runs on all devices including smartphone, tablet, and desktop/laptop.
“Powering over 90% of the partner apps in the iOS and Google Stores today, ChannelEyes continues to grow with valuable features to help vendors recruit, onboard, develop and accelerate their channel revenues,” said McBain. “With the new Optyx products planned for the fall, we are utilizing the vast amount of data we are collecting and injecting science and business intelligence to help companies drive their partner base.”
Listed as a Top 3 Startup in New York’s Capital Region, a Best Place to Work by the Albany Business Review, as well as a Gartner “Cool Vendor”, the ChannelEyes team is helping leading vendors, manufacturers and distributors rethink their partner programs.
Founded in 2011, ChannelEyes is an Enterprise Platform connecting Vendors and their Channel Partners. It is a custom branded and secure software platform supporting smartphones, tablets and desktop/laptop devices. ChannelEyes is reinventing Channel communication, enablement and engagement for leading companies around the world.
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