Mont Phelps shares the secrets of NWN’s success: Executive perspective highlights NWN’s strength in Cisco and cloud collaboration technologies

WALTHAM, MA – APRIL 27, 2016 – NWN Corporation today announced that its CEO, Mont Phelps, is featured in an executive perspective, written by Global M&A Advisors.

Phelps was chosen for this honor because of his success in the IT services industry, leading NWN Corporation through a rapid expansion starting in 2000.

The perspective highlights NWN’s strengths including its partnership with Cisco and its exponential growth in cloud collaboration technologies.

In the piece, Phelps explains that NWN now has access to capital (due to a recent investment from New State Capital Partners) that helps strengthen its cloud model. The cloud computing industry requires a large investment and many VARs will not be able to make the transition that NWN has already made.

The perspective also highlights NWN’s strength in Cisco networking technologies. NWN Corporation’s ability to identify best-in-breed technologies and invest in strategic partner relationships helps it create effective solutions for its clients.

“The technology industry is the best industry in the world, and now is the best time to be part of it because the opportunities are immense,” said Mont Phelps, CEO of NWN. “Technology is pervasive, always in transition, and favors well-managed organizations that know how to constantly evolve or adapt.”

Phelps is CEO of NWN Corporation. Since 2000, he has led NWN through a period of expansion and dramatic growth. With one office in Massachusetts, Mont and team took the company to its current footprint with offices across the US. Prior to NWN, Mont held senior management positions with the DuPont Company and AGFA Division of Bayer Corp.  He was also the Vice President and General Manager of the Pitman Company, the largest US distributor of equipment and consumables to the printing and publishing industries. He holds a BA in Economics from Randolph-Macon College and an MBA with distinction from Widener University.