RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
(NYSE:ECOM), a leading provider of cloud-based e-commerce solutions that
enable retailers and manufacturers to increase global sales, today
announced its recognition from the North Carolina Technology Association
(NCTA) as a finalist for this year’s NCTA 21 Software Company of the
Year award. ChannelAdvisor CEO Scot Wingo is also a finalist for the technology.org%2Fpolls%2Fdefault.aspx&esheet=50705474&newsitemid=20130910005329&lan=en-US&anchor=Technology+Executive+of+the+Year&index=2&md5=8bf0c7335785abb41564ee4fec4c8f3d" rel="nofollow">Technology
Executive of the Year award, which is the only award decided by a
public vote. Voters can submit their votes via technology.org%2Fpolls%2Fdefault.aspx&esheet=50705474&newsitemid=20130910005329&lan=en-US&anchor=NCTA%27s+website&index=3&md5=090811e690898c726290234112d04f91" rel="nofollow">NCTA’s
website until September 27.
“The local technology community has played a significant role in making
ChannelAdvisor what it is today, so it is an honor to be recognized as
finalists in two categories for this year’s NCTA 21 Awards,” said Wingo.
“NCTA is influential in the development of the local technology sector,
which is important for future innovation in North Carolina. We are
thrilled to be acknowledged by this organization and alongside such an
impressive group of accomplished companies and executives.”
The NCTA 21 Awards is North Carolina's most prestigious and longest
running statewide technology awards program. The annual showcase honors
companies and individuals in 21 categories who represent the best and
brightest in technology and business.
As co-founder and CEO of ChannelAdvisor, Wingo leads the company in its
mission to help retailers and manufacturers successfully sell more
across multiple channels with its cloud-based e-commerce solutions.
Prior to launching ChannelAdvisor, Wingo successfully started and exited
two companies, establishing himself as a serial entrepreneur as well as
an expert and thought leader in the technology and e-commerce
industries. Within the technology realm, Wingo advises several companies
and serves on the Technology Advisory Committee at Southern Capital
Ventures. Wingo also regularly gives back to the community through his
work with Shop.org, the Council for Entrepreneurial Development, the
Entrepreneurship Initiative at North Carolina State University and the
North Carolina State University Engineering Foundation.