Computer Market Research’s CEO Nominated for The Daily Transcript’s Top Influential Nominee
San Diego, CA — January 3, 2014 – Del Heles, President, and CEO of Computer Market Research, the leader in channel management solutions, has been selected by The Daily Transcript as a 2014 Top Influential Nominee. To qualify for this prestigious award, individuals must be recognized as thought leaders to the public discussion while driving their enterprises to reach great accomplishments during the year.
“I am both humbled and honored to be a recipient of this nomination,” says Del, “I strive to instill within my employees and community partners the notion of professional development – each person should grow by learning new ideas and adopting new technologies. This core value has driven us to continually innovate and improve our processes in order to provide top-of-the-line products for our customers. In an industry where the technology and environment are always changing, it is crucial to adapt and evolve as a company.”
The appointment was received just in time for Computer Market Research’s 30th anniversary this year. Founded in 1984, Computer Market Research has amassed several clients, including Kodak, D-Link, Brother, and Viewsonic.
Plans for the 2014 roadmap include a complete revision of Partner Avenue, which includes a more intuitive navigation and an updated look and feel. In addition, Computer Market Research plans to launch MioDatos, a marketing automation software designed for small-to-medium sized businesses to completely manage all their marketing efforts in one hub, including email blasts, referral campaigns, and social media posts.
About San Diego’s Top Influentials
The Top Influentials have been awarded to individuals since 2006, in celebration of the Daily Transcript’s 120th anniversary. Members of the San Diego Country business community are chosen based on their efforts and contributions in the public eye. Sponsors include San Diego County Credit Union, Chase Bank, Cox Communications, and Wells Fargo Bank.