CRN Honors 3 Anexinet Next-Gen Solution Provider Leaders for 2020
CRN’s 2020 list of Next-Gen Solution Provider Leaders includes three Anexinet team members! The annual list honors those 40-years-old or younger who—through their drive and passion—have helped propel their company’s growth and strategic direction. Congratulations to Managed Operations Director, Matthew DeCurtis, Program Manager Matthew Hellhake, and Delivery Manager, Hank Yee for making the cut!
The list honors employees 40 years of age or younger who have made significant contributions to driving growth and strategic direction over the past year. It includes those who have rethought their company’s business models and processes to improve operations. Some have installed—and even built—new systems to support and automate those changes. And, perhaps most importantly, they have found new ways to better serve their customers and deliver value through ever-more-innovative IT solutions.
The achievements of those on this year’s list are all the more remarkable given that all of the honorees found themselves rapidly adjusting their business operations—even completely rethinking their business models—when the COVID-19 pandemic struck. Solution providers pivoted to support customers’ work-from-home employees even as they were also homebound and helped customers make unplanned digital transformations on the fly.
Managed Operations Director
DeCurtis developed an IT service management platform along with related tools. By facilitating auto-incident creation from monitoring tools and allowing engineers to obtain all information for problem resolution, the company has changed the way it addresses customer issues.
With a strong focus on relationship-building, Hellhake helped Anexinet grow its infrastructure and information security services sales by engaging with all areas of a customer’s business, demonstrating Anexinet’s value and growing trust.
For Anexinet, 2020 has been the year of the cloud. Yee led many projects for customers that are starting or furthering their cloud journeys. On projects ranging from education to Microsoft Office 365 migrations, he helped ensure that each company had the smoothest journey possible.
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