Iron Bow Technologies Named Finalist for CRN’s 2023 Community Impact Award

HERNDON, Va. ~ Iron Bow Technologies, a nextgen technology solutions provider to government, commercial, and healthcare markets, has been named a finalist for the Community Impact Award category of the inaugural Women of the Year Awards by CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company. This project aims to recognize women who have made significant contributions to the channel throughout 2023 and the companies that support them.

Blaine Raddon, CEO of The Channel Company, said "We are proud to recognize the remarkable accomplishments of all the finalists of the CRN Women of the Year Awards. These outstanding individuals, companies and allies are reshaping the IT channel, inspiring future leaders and contributing to the growth and innovation of the industry."

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Iron Bow Technologies has a long history of community involvement, including initiatives aimed at supporting veterans and other underserved populations. The company has partnered with nonprofit organizations such as AFCEA, Consulting Color, Disabled Vets, By Faith Fund, Paws4People, Food for Others and Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Rene LaVigne, President and CEO of Iron Bow said "At Iron Bow our motto is 'what we do matters' and we believe deeply in the power of technology to transform lives and communities. We're grateful for this recognition by CRN as it's a testament to the incredible work of our team who consistently go above and beyond to volunteer time and resources to make a meaningful impact on the communities we serve."

Iron Bow Technologies has been recognized as a finalist for its commitment to community involvement through its partnerships with nonprofit organizations that support veterans and other underserved populations. The company's dedication is an example for others in their field as they strive towards making meaningful contributions in their communities.
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