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Charlotte, NC June 2, 2014 – MetaLogix, Inc. a leading software solution provider and IT consulting firm today announced that Crystal Williams CEO has been named to the CRN 2014 Women of the Channel list, and has been recognized as one of this year’s inaugural Power 50 Solution Providers. The annual Women of the Channel list highlights the accomplishments of female executives within vendor, distribution, and solution provider organizations, and the impact they are having on the advancement of the IT channel. The Power 50 honors an elite subset of female executives at solution provider organizations who are extending their respective company’s sphere of influence as trusted advisers.
Crystal has been the driving force in expanding MetaLogix services to not only provide software development solutions, but also to provide technical services to include Custom Mobile Application Development, Internet Marketing and Integration solutions to federal and corporate clients.
“We are seeing a steady increase in the number of female executives making their mark in the solution provider community,” said Robert Faletra, CEO, The Channel Company. “The new Power 50 list shines a spotlight on both their contributions as individuals and the importance of the solution provider role in the success of their clients. We congratulate the Women of the Channel, and look forward to their continued success.”
“It is an honor to be selected as one of this year’s “Women and the Channel and Power 50 Solution Providers,” and be associated with such a distinguished company, says the award recipient, Crystal Williams. “I am blessed with significant support from MetaLogix staff, the community, and my family, and they are what make such achievements possible.”
The Women of the Channel will be featured in the June issue of CRN magazine and online at www.crn.com.
About MetaLogix, Inc.
MetaLogix, Inc., a Woman Owned, Veteran Owned, Information Technology firm specializing in SharePoint, Business Intelligence and Business Process Management software solutions. Founded in 2002¸ MetaLogix maintains offices in North and South Carolina, serving clients all over the world. MetaLogix is privileged to provide service for local, domestic and foreign enterprises as well as various departments and agencies within the US Government. The Charlotte Business Journal recognized MetaLogix as one of the Best Places to Work 2008 and 2009 and The Charlotte Chamber acknowledged MetaLogix for Best Use of IT as winner of the Blue Diamond Award in 2003.
About The Channel Company
The Channel Company is the channel community’s trusted authority for growth and innovation, with established brands including CRN, XChange Events, IPED, and SharedVue. For more than three decades, we have leveraged our proven and leading-edge platforms to deliver prescriptive sales and marketing solutions for the technology channel. The Channel Company provides Communication, Recruitment, Engagement, Enablement, Demand Generation and Intelligence services to drive technology partnerships. Learn more at www.thechannelcompany.com.
WASHINGTON – The Business and Professional Women’s (BPW) Foundation is proud to announce that Crystal Williams, CEO of MetaLogix, Inc., has joined our team as social media and digital strategy coordinator. Williams and her team will work closely with BPW andJoining Forces Mentoring Plus® (JFMP) to develop and implement forward-thinking digital marketing campaigns. She will also assist with content and social media strategy, market research, and industry analysis.
Williams, CEO of MetaLogix, Inc., a Woman Owned, Veteran Owned, Information Technology firm brings with her over 14 years of business; government and technology experience where they specialize in web development, digital marketing and enterprise software solutions. She also currently serves as the BPW-North Carolina Women Joining Forces Chair.
Williams joined the United States Army shortly after her graduation from High School. During her 10 year military careerundefinedfirst in the US Army and then the US Army Reserves she received the Armed Forces reserve medal and Army service ribbon. She also served honorably during the War on Terror- Operation Enduring Freedom where she earned the national defense service medal. Williams was recognized by CRN Magazine as one of Top Women of the Technology Channel in 2013 as well as being named by the Charlotte Business Journal Forty under Forty and Top Women in Business. She also received recognition from the Mecklenburg Times as one of the Fifty Most Influential Women in 2013.
“I’m honored to be chosen by BPW for this task. I believe in BPW and the Women Joining Forces Mentoring Plus program, states Williams. As one of the first grassroots organizations to focus on working women; BPW has a unique opportunity to engage women veterans and their families at a local level where mentorship will benefit the most.”
Deborah Frett CEO of Business Professional Women says, “With the ever changing digital landscape it’s critical that we continue to evolve our digital and social media engagement strategy. And we believe that Crystal will bring a unique voice to our mission and help spotlight the great work we are doing with Women Joining Forces Mentoring Plus Program.”
About BPW Foundation – With a legacy dating back to 1919, Business and Professional Women’s (BPW) Foundation was the first foundation dedicated to conducting research and providing information on working women. The mission of BPW Foundation is to promote systematic change in the workplace by strengthening the capacity of organizations and businesses to create environments that are inclusive and value the skills and contributions of working women, empowering them to achieve their full potential.
For more information visit www.BPWFoundation.org. @BPWF4WomenVets @WomenMisbehavin
Speaker Tip O’Neal famously said, “All politics is local”. As someone who has worked on and watched campaigns in New York City, Los Angeles, Bogota and Santiago among other cities, I agree. Each place presents unique challenges and opportunities, with rich history and cultural nuances at play. Nevertheless, I would contend that there are best practices every candidate should follow.
To win your next election, you must:
In this piece, I’ll address creating a good campaign plan.
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Hashtags are merely keywords or keyword phrases used to categorize tweets. By putting a # symbol before a relevant keyword or phrase (no spaces) a link is automatically created. This is called a hashtag. This link is clickable allowing you to see all other tweets related to this topic today. Hashtags allow information to spread and be categorized through the twittersphere.
It’s important to use #hashtags in your tweets effectively broadening your audience and helping you to gain more followers. Events and Conferences use #hashtags to allow attendees to hold a conversation as a group. Think of it like virtual networking.
When mentioning users in Twitter if you put a ‘@’ symbol before their usernames you are directing the conversation to a specific individual or group grabbing their attention. Unlike a direct message this conversation is public. The mention then becomes a link to that person’s Twitter account taking readers to their tweets and profiles. Mentions are a great way to shout out to your favorite brand or friends.
In summary when constructing a tweet try using a relevant #hashtag and mentioning @someone to help grow your audience and engage more followers. So get out there and shake your Twitter handles!