Waxahachie business man appointed to CRN staff
By 01/18/2007 00:00:00
Submitted press release
WAXAHACHIE - Duke Burge, president of Computer Solutions, Inc. of Waxahachie, was recently appointed to the editorial cabinet for CRN Magazine.
CRN is a weekly publication, founded in 1982, with a print circulation of over 117,000 in the United States, providing information for Value Added Resellers and Technology Integrators.
'With pass through circulation, CRN reaches well over a half a million people a week in the technology industry,' said Burge. He said recent surveys revealed 87 percent of CRN readers depended on CRN to keep current on technology news.
'The selection to serve on the editorial cabinet for such a prestigious and cutting edge magazine is indeed an honor,' said Burge.
'We in the computer industry look to CRN on a weekly basis to keep us informed on the latest trends and practices and the opportunity to be assisting on the front line is truly exciting.'
The Editorial Cabinet is a diverse group of approximately 30 industry professionals who will work with CRN Vice President and Editor Heather Clancy, on the editorial content for the weekly publication.
Computer Solutions, Inc., founded in 1993, is headquartered in Waxahachie, operates a repair center in Grand Prairie and is currently looking at locations for additional repair centers in Burleson and Ennis.
They have annual revenues of approximately $1 million and currently employ 10 certified technicians.