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Rebecca Razulis, Gelato’s Chief of Customer Operations has been selected as one of ‘Norway’s 50 Foremost Tech Women’ by a jury led by Abelia.
Abelia is an innovation arm of the Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise and Industry, and showcases outstanding women in technology with its annual ‘Top 50’.
The release of the list coincides with International Women's Day, a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
“It’s an honor to be a part of the top 50 and recognized alongside such talented people” says Rebecca.
“Norway's tech scene is an exciting place to be and Abelia does a great job of showcasing the incredible contributions made by women. It’s important work, as there is still much to be done to ensure women are properly represented across technology.”
Rebecca is recognized in the ‘Professional’ category, which includes project managers, experts, and advisors. She attended an awards event at the Business House in Oslo this morning (8th March 2018).
As a Customer Success Manager, Rebecca ensures Gelato works efficiently and effectively with its enterprise customers and consumers. She delivers outstanding results in revenue growth, operational excellence and customer service.
Previously, she worked in Customer Service for Amazon and before that as a Strategy & Operations consultant for Deloitte. She holds an MBA from INSEAD and a BA from the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
Abelia is a trade and employers association associated with Norway’s largest employers' organisation; the NHO (Confederation of Norwegian Business and Industry). Abelia is a non-profit, non-party political organisation dedicated to improving the business environment for its member companies in the knowledge and technology based sector.
Gelato provides an enterprise solution that enables end-to-end content management, which includes the creation, organization, and distribution of corporate prints worldwide, from any device. Today, the Gelato platform supports 11 languages and 27 currencies, delivering printed materials to 70+ countries and covering almost 6 billion people via one global print cloud.