CRN Selects Iron Bow, Intelligent Decisions to 2015 ‘Solution Provider 500’ List

award stock photoIron Bow Technologies and Intelligent Decisions are among the companies included in The Channel Company‘s 2015 CRN Solution Provider 500, a list of information technology companies ranked based on sales revenue in 2014.

Iron Bow said Tuesday it has climbed in rank from 44 last year to 39 this year, which is its fifth consecutive placement in the list.

Rene LaVigne, president and CEO of Iron Bow, noted that the company aims to continue its partnerships with IT manufacturers and technical-focused business approach to meet market demand.

“Intelligent Decisions is proud to be named to the exclusive CRN Solution Provider 500 list and to be among such a competitive group of leading innovators,” Joe Armstrong, president of Intelligent Decisions, said Monday in a separate announcement.

“With an evolving IT landscape, this prestigious list serves as a valuable industry resource to help vendors navigate the solution provider community and identify the best partners for their business,” said Robert Faletra, CEO of The Channel Company.

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