Apptix CFO Tapped as Finalist for Washington Business Journal Award
November 19, 2009
Apptix, a provider of hosted Microsoft Exchange e-mail and Microsoft SharePoint, recently announced that Chris Mack, its chief financial officer, has been named a finalist for the Washington Business Journal’s CFO of the Year Award.
The CFO of the Year award honors financial professionals in the greater Washington, DC area for their outstanding performance as corporate financial stewards. Winners will be profiled in a special supplement of the Dec. 4 edition of the Washington Business Journal.
“We are proud that Chris Mack’s hard work and success over the last two years earned him a nomination for Washington Business Journal’s 3rd Annual CFO of the Year Award,” said Dave Ehrhardt, President and CEO of Apptix, in a statement. “Through this current economy, Chris has been a key driver as Apptix maintained disciplined finances and carefully executed against our organic growth strategy. As a result, Apptix continues to meet its business goals – including seven straight quarters of improving EBITDA – and drive operational and service excellence.”
The Washington Business Journal and its presenting sponsors will honor winners at the CFO of the Year award program, on Dec. 2vat the W Hotel, Washington, DC.
In addition to hosted Microsoft Exchange e-mail and Microsoft, Apptix, a unified communications provider, also specializes in hosted VoIP phone and Web conferencing services. The company has reported an uptick in demand, which demonstrates that companies are recognizing that hosted services help businesses achieve operational efficiencies in support of business initiatives.
In a recent interview with unified communications, Apptix Vice President of Sales and Marketing Chris Damvakaris said there would be a bright future ahead for UC services adoption as companies replace legacy communication systems and better position themselves for the economic recovery.
Amy Tierney is a Web editor for unified communications, covering business communications Her areas of focus include conferencing, SIP, Fax over IP, unified communications and telepresence. Amy also writes about education and healthcare technology, overseeing production of e-Newsletters on those topics as well as communications solutions and UC. To read more of Amy's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Amy Tierney