Monica Eaton-Cardone a Finalist for Women in IT Awards 2017

Chargebacks911™ COO Shortlisted for “Global Leader of the Year”

Chargebacks911™ co-founder and COO Monica Eaton-Cardone is a finalist in the International Women in IT Awards for the second year in a row. Monica was shortlisted for the Global Leader of the Year recognition among a field of more than 350 nominations from around the world.

Embodying Global Leadership

Monica’s selection as an award finalist recognizes her tireless efforts to create dynamic, agile technologies to enhance the fields of payments, security, and eCommerce risk management. Her innovative direction and voice continue to help shape the trajectory of the entire eCommerce industry.

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Under Monica’s leadership, Chargebacks911 grew from a young startup to an industry-defining solution provider in just a few short years. Now, her strategies and thought leadership are earning international renown alongside brands such as Microsoft, Expedia, Intel, and Verizon.

About the Women in IT Awards

Now in their third year, the Women in IT Awards are dedicated to honoring success and thought leadership in IT and related fields. Presented by Information Age in partnership with Amazon Web Services, the awards are open to all women who conduct business within the UK in a relevant field.

The event enjoys the support of a broad coalition of trade associations, private companies, celebrities, and policy makers. A dozen senior and C-level representatives of well-known institutions such as GE Capital, Fujitsu, Cambridge University Press, Provident Financial and SalesForce were invited to judge the competition.

More than 1,000 guests and honorees will attend this year’s event, making it the largest technology-related diversity event in history. The event’s goals are very much in-line with our own commitment to building a dynamic and diverse organization. As Gavin Jackson of Amazon Web Services explains, “Gender diversity in business helps drive innovation, gives business a better understanding of customers, and means you can always hire and develop the best talent.” We couldn’t agree more.

Chargebacks911 would like to thank theWomen in IT Awards judges for this honor, as well as Information Age for their support in recognizing the important contributions of women in technology.

Click here to see the full list of 2017 award finalists.


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