Renee Duffy receives Central New York Sales & Marketing Excellence Award

  • Apr 10, 2018

SYRACUSE, NY – Renee Duffy, Vice President of Marketing for CXtec and TERACAI, is a recipient of this year’s Central New York Sales & Marketing Excellence Award (SMEA). The award enables organizations to honor their “best and brightest” employees by recognizing their excellence in the sales and marketing profession.

“Renee has been with CXtec and TERACAI for 13 years and her extensive marketing experience was really put to the test in the last quarter of 2017 when CXtec acquired Atlantix Global Systems,” said Peter Belyea, President and CEO. “Renee played an integral part in our integration process, which includes the management of our branding in all media types.  Her leadership skills continue to play a pivotal role throughout the final stages of the acquisition process as we integrate diverse messaging and brands to create a unified customer experience.”

Duffy is responsible for managing the strategic marketing efforts across all our marketing platforms for CXtec, TERACAI and its divisions CABLExpress and Atlantix. This includes the overall messaging, branding, customer experience, and business development.

She has extensive experience in the marketing field and has served in a variety of roles, including conference producer at The Eventful Group and graphic designer at the ImagePress.

Duffy is very active in the Central New York community. She is the co-founder and event co-chair of Philanthropic Foodies.  She also serves on the Board of Directors and development committee for the Food Bank of Central New York.

Duffy received a Distinguished Community Leader Award from Leadership Greater Syracuse in 2015 and a Nonprofit Award from the Business Journal News Network in 2014 for her community efforts with Philanthropic Foodies.

In 2008, she received the 40 Under Forty Award from the Business Journal News Network, and is a 2007 graduate of Leadership Greater Syracuse.

Duffy holds a bachelor’s degree in communication design from Syracuse University.