SAN JOSE, Calif. – May 24, 2017 – Intacct, the innovation and customer satisfaction leader in cloud ERP software, announced today that the Silicon Valley Business Journal has recognized three Intacct employees on its 2017 Women of Influence list.
Winifer Cheng, Group Product Manager; Carmen Cooper, Director of People Operations; and Gail Schilling, Senior Director, Documentation and Education, were named to this prestigious list. Intacct was the only organization to have three employees honored on this year’s list.
Cheng, Cooper, and Schilling were recognized for their outstanding leadership within their teams, vision, and unique role in driving Intacct’s growth. Their inclusion was also based on a track record of accomplishments, dedication to the Intacct customer community, and success at driving business innovation.
“These extraordinary Intacct employees support many aspects of Intacct’s ecosystem, from technical innovation to human resources to education, working tirelessly to keep our organization moving into the future,” said Robert Reid, CEO of Intacct. “The entire Intacct organization congratulates Winifer Cheng, Carmen Cooper, Gail Schilling, all the 2017 Women of Influence, on their stellar accomplishments and look forward to their future success.”
To qualify for this honor, the women were required to be based in Silicon Valley and were evaluated on their influence in their industries, communities, board affiliations, and other leadership roles. With the help of 10 judges, The Silicon Valley Business Journal honored 100 of the most influential business women in Silicon Valley. This year’s judges were all Women of Influence in 2016, and they helped select this year’s honorees from hundreds of applications for the 2017 Women of Influence list.
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