Blog January 28, 2015

Connectria’s Chris Miller Selected as an IBM Champion for 2015

As the leachris millerder in IBM Lotus software hosting Connectria is proud to announce that Chris Miller, Director of Messaging & Collaboration, has again been recognized as an IBM Champion for Collaboration Solutions. This year marks Chris’ 5th year running, and he is one of the few honorees to hold the distinction every year since IBM Collaboration Solutions began the program in 2011.

After 8 weeks of evaluating nearly 500 nominations for almost 200 outstanding community members, IBM’s Selection Committee agreed that Chris’ efforts over the last 12 months distinguished him as a true IBM Champion of Social Business. The IBM Champion program recognizes innovative thought leaders in the technical community who are not are not employees of IBM. An IBM Champion is described as an IT professional, business leader, developer or educator who influences and mentors others to help them make best use of IBM software, solutions, and services. For the full list of 2015 Champions, please see here.

Chris speaks at conferences and events around the world such as View Admin, Lotusphere, Lotusphere Europe, BLUG, NLLUG and ILUG. He is founder of IamLUG, the North American Lotus User Group, which has been hosting a conference annually since 2009. Chris has received numerous other awards and accolades for his work in the technology community, including being a 3-time Lotus Award winner, and a finalist 5 times since 2000. Follow Chris Miller on his blog at IdoNotes.com, on Twitter at @IdoNotes or LinkedIn.

Congratulations, Chris on a very well deserved recognition!

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