Chief channel officer

Chief channel officer (CCO) is a corporate title for the person responsible for all indirect revenue with a partner within an organization. The Channel Chief typically reports to the chief executive officer (CEO) as a corporate officer or to the Chief operating officer (COO). The CCO is usually an executive or senior vice president position.

Responsible for the daily management of day-to-day activities of the corporation. The CCO is one of the highest-ranking members of an organization, monitoring the daily operations of the company, organization, or agency, indirect sales, business and alliances with business partners.

With primary or shared responsibility for areas such as sales management, product development, distribution channel management, public relations, marketing communications (including advertising and promotions), pricing, market research, customer service, and programs.

CCO

CCO or cco may refer to:

Organizational positions:

Chief channel officer, the executive responsible for indirect revenue with a partner within an organization

Chief commercial officer, the executive responsible for commercial strategy and development

Chief communications officer, or sometimes, Corporate communications officer, the executive responsible for communications, public relations or public affairs or both

Chief compliance officer, the executive responsible for compliance with regulatory requirements

Chief content officer, the executive responsible for content in broadcasting

Chief creative officer, the executive responsible for the creative team of a company

Chief customer officer, the executive responsible for the total relationship with customers

Chief culture officer, the executive position responsible for cultural alignment of a company, described in a 2009 book by Grant McCracken

Civilian Communications Officer, a position in the Central Communications Command of London's Metropolitan Police Service

Call centre, operator

Chief officers
Senior executives
Mid-level executives
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