Iron Bow Technologies Named ‘Elite’ VAR

Value-added reseller and IT firm Iron Bow Technologies has been named to the inaugural CRN Tech Elite 250, a “definitive” roster of the top VARs based on technical expertise and certifications.

Iron Bow has been recognized as a “best-of-breed” integrator that has invested in bolstering its technical proficiency and premier certifications in the areas of data center and infrastructure.

The list was complied by CRN editors, who worked with solution providers and outside experts to come up with the judging criteria based on today’s market.

“Iron Bow’s inclusion in CRN’s Tech Elite 250 list further demonstrates our company’s market leadership in providing best-in-class solutions to our customers,” said Rene LaVigne, president and CEO of Iron Bow.

Kelley Damore, vice president and editorial director of Everything Channel, said the Tech Elite list recognizes those firms that are “successfully navigating the dynamic channel market.”

“By adapting to new customer purchasing patterns and redefining best practices, these solution providers are delivering the strategies and value customers demand to compete in today’s competitive economic environment,” she added.

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