StorageCraft’s James earns spot on Top 50 Midmarket IT Vendor Executive List for 2014 by Midsize Enterprise Summit

StorageCraft’s James earns spot on Top 50 Midmarket IT Vendor Executive List for 2014 by Midsize Enterprise Summit

October 15


StorageCraft Vice President of Marketing and Business Development Curt James

DRAPER, Utah, —  StorageCraft Technology Corporation Vice President of Marketing and Business Development Curt James is a member of this year’s Top 50 Midmarket IT Vendor Executive list, which features the industry’s most influential vendor executives who serve midmarket and midsize customers. The list shines a spotlight on the professionals driving one of the most important customer segments in the industry today.

James, one of StorageCraft’s five co-founders, was honored on the list because he has played a vital role in the company’s rise from a start-up in 2003 to one of the world’s most trusted names in the backup and disaster recovery sector of the IT channel. The company’s success is exemplified by a second-consecutive 5-Star rating in the CRN 2014 Partner Program Guide in April and StorageCraft being ranked as the sixth fastest growing company on the Utah Business magazine Fast 50 list in August. Under his leadership, StorageCraft recently received the Best B2B Marketing Team award from the Utah Chapter of the American Marketing Association.

“StorageCraft has seen tremendous growth over the past 10 years, which would not have been possible without Curt James’ leadership of the company’s business development and marketing efforts,” said StorageCraft President and Chief Executive Officer Jeff Shreeve. “In addition to our growth and awards, his outstanding leadership has enabled our company’s marketing department to successfully adapt to the rapid changes in our industry.”

Prior to his decade at StorageCraft, James spent 18 years holding various roles in the software industry at PowerQuest Corporation, Lineo, Novell and General Dynamics, and was a founding member of a number of e-commerce companies. He received his bachelor’s degree in international marketing from Brigham Young University and a Master of Business Administration from National University.

“The executives named and the companies they represent serve the midmarket with unwavering commitment, and are dedicated to creating solutions that meet the unique needs of this market” said Robert C. DeMarzo, Senior Vice President of Strategic Content, XChange Events. “Our Midsize Enterprise Summit is an ideal venue to honor these deserving leaders, and we congratulate each executive on their success.”

The Top 50 Midmarket IT Vendor Executive list was unveiled in September at the Midsize Enterprise Summit in Dallas, TX. In addition, the list of executives is featured in a slideshow on CRN.com, a leading source for IT industry news. Visit www.xchange-events.com/mes50?K=pr for access to the slideshow.


About StorageCraft Technology Company

StorageCraft Technology Corporation, founded in 2003, provides best-in-class backup, disaster recovery, system migration, data protection, and cloud services solutions for servers, desktops and laptops. StorageCraft delivers software and services solutions that enable users to maintain business continuity during times of disaster, computer outages, or other unforeseen events by reducing downtime, improving security and stability for systems and data. For more information, visit http://www.storagecraft.com/.

About The Channel Company The Channel Company is the channel community’s trusted authority for growth and innovation, with established brands including CRN, XChange Events, IPED, and SharedVue. For more than three decades, we have leveraged our proven and leading-edge platforms to deliver prescriptive sales and marketing solutions for the technology channel. The Channel Company provides Communication, Recruitment, Engagement, Enablement, Demand Generation and Intelligence services to drive technology partnerships. Learn more at http://www.thechannelcompany.com/.

Media Contacts:
Betzi-Lynn Hanc
The Channel  Company

Brad Thomas
StorageCraft Technology Corporation