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Amy Bailey Honored With 2019 Circle of Excellence Award

By April 11, 2019 No Comments

Amy BaileyLAS VEGAS — April 11, 2019 — Channel Partners is pleased to announce that Amy Bailey, VP of marketing at Telarus has been selected as a winner of the 2019 Circle of Excellence Awards.

Since 2014, the Channel Partners Circle of Excellence program has recognized channel leaders who inspire their partners drive digital transformation for customers. The Circle of Excellence honors executives for their vision, innovation and advocacy of the indirect channel during a time of transition and convergence.

Channel Partners Circle of Excellence winners were honored during an awards ceremony on April 11 at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo in Las Vegas.  These winners will be included on the Circle of Excellence Immersion Center on the Channel Partners website.

Amy is responsible for all marketing and events at Telarus.  She leads the marketing team who will produce over 120 events in 2019. The team is also responsible for all graphics, video, website, social media, and partner communications. “I am honored to be recognized by Informa as part of the Channel Partners Circle of Excellence award winners. This is an incredible group of leaders in the channel.”

“Jeff Bezos famously said, ‘In business, what’s dangerous is to not evolve,’” said Lorna Garey, editor in chief of Channel Partners and Channel Futures. “The channel leaders we’re recognizing in this year’s Circle of Excellence are providing not just the tools, but the spark and inspiration that partners need to transform their own businesses so they can better serve customers. The entire editorial team extends congratulations and thanks for their service to our community.”

About Amy Bailey

Amy Bailey is the vice president of marketing at Telarus Inc., a value-added distributor of network, UCaaS, and cloud services. In this role, she leads communications strategy and manages events, creative, and recruiting. Having worked in many aspects of the business, Bailey is able to bring a comprehensive knowledge of the industry landscape to communications outreach in order to provide targeted and effective results.

Bailey is a graduate of San Diego State University with bachelor’s degree in Speech Communication and Liberal Arts. While at SDSU, she also was Associated Students’ President. She is passionate about empowering women in business and enjoys participating with the Alpha Chi Omega sorority alumni and the SDSU Aztec Mentor Program. She is on the board of the SDSU OC Alumni chapter and also serves on the board of Alliance of Channel Women as chair of the sponsorship committee. She enjoys knitting, hiking, country music, and spending time with family.

About Telarus

Built for You, Telarus is the largest privately-held technology services distributor (master agent) in the United States. Our dynamic agent-partner community sources data, voice, cloud, and managed services through our robust portfolio of 185 leading service providers. We are best known for our home-grown software pricing tools and mobile apps that are unique in the industry. To help our partners grow their businesses, we’ve assembled the best support organization in the industry, which includes SD-WAN, Cloud, mobility, contact center, and ILEC specialty practices whose primary goal is to help our partners identify and design the right technology solutions for their customers. To learn more about the Telarus opportunity, please visit www.telarus.com, or follow us on Twitter @Telarus.

About Channel Partners

For more than 25 years, Channel Partners has been the undisputed leader in providing news, analysis and education to the indirect sales channels serving the business technology and communications industry. In addition, Channel Partners online delivers a constant content stream of unique and breaking industry news, feature articles and premium downloadable content. As official media of Channel Partners Conference & Expo and Channel Partners Evolution, Channel Partners is the market leader that channel professionals turn to first.

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