In the channel industry, CRN’s Channel Madness showdown starts with 32 of the industry’s most influential channel chiefs. It ends with one. Following the same format and schedule as the much-anticipated NCAA March Madness, each channel chief will compete for bragging rights.

CRN’s third annual Channel Madness Tournament of Chiefs pits some of the channel’s best-known executives against each other in head-to-head battles where CRN readers vote to determine the victors. 32 of the channel industry’s most influential channel executives compete for the single title of favorite channel chief. The winners will make their way, round by round, through a bracket, moving closer and closer to the championship match, where bragging rights are at stake.

CRN Channel Madness

CRN Channel Madness: Round 1 Voting is Open Now!

Please take a moment to vote for your favorite channel chiefs. John Byrne, Dell EMC President of Global Channels is among the 32 of the channel industry’s most influential channel executives selected by CRN.

In CRN’s Channel Madness Round 1, John Byrne goes head-to-head against Polycom’s Nick Tidd in the Hardware Bracket.

Vote for Dell EMC’s John Byrne in Round 1!

Don’t miss your chance to vote for John Byrne in Round 1 – voting ends at 12 noon ET on March 22nd.

HOW TO VOTE: Visit the CRN Channel Madness Tournament of Chiefs bracket and click the “Vote Now” button! Be sure to vote before Round 1 voting closes on March 22 at 12:00 pm ET.

SPREAD THE WORD: Tweet out your thoughts using #CRNChannelMadness and #DellEMCPartnerProgram. Or download the bracket here. Choose your favorite chiefs, snap a picture and share it on social media using the hashtags.

The winners of Round 1 will be announced on March 23 when Round 2 voting begins.

Good luck to all the Channel Chiefs and may the best chief win!

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