erwin, Inc’s David Casillo Recognized as a 2018 CRN Channel Chief

Melville, N.Y., February 15, 2018 – erwin, Inc., the data governance company, today announced that David Casillo, the company’s Senior Vice President for Global Channels and Inside Sales, was recognized by CRN as a 2018 Channel Chief.

For more than 30 years, Dave Casillo has been building and managing best-in-class channel organizations. He is part of a very exclusive group of IT industry executives who have operated within all three major tiers of the channel holding senior leadership roles at one of the largest global distributors, one of biggest worldwide resellers and three of the largest software vendors in the world. At erwin for just over a year, he is responsible for all aspects of the company’s channel go-to-market.

“I’m honored to be among this year’s CRN channel chiefs,” said Casillo. “I’ve worked in the channel community for a long time and I’m more energized than ever. Over the past year, erwin’s partner ecosystem has expanded in the number of consulting partners and new resellers joining the community directly via organic discussions or indirectly through our recent acquisitions. Additionally, we are laser-focused on bringing the best data governance solutions to the channel to help customers model, govern and manage data like never before. Truly exciting times.”

CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, compiles their annual Channel Chief list to recognize leaders in the IT channel who drive growth and revenue for their organizations through channel partners. Channel Chief honorees are selected by CRN’s editorial staff on the basis of their professional achievements, standing in the industry, dedication to the channel partner community, and strategies for driving future growth and innovation. Each of the 2018 Channel Chiefs has demonstrated loyalty and ongoing support for the IT channel by consistently promoting, defending and executing outstanding channel partner programs.

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