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Nancy R. Kolligian

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Distributor Corporation of New England

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Distributor Corporation of New England

767 Eastern Avenue

Malden, Massachusetts,02148

United States

Company Description

DCNE is one of the largest wholesale distributors of HVAC equipment and supplies in New England, with a territory that includes Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Eastern Massachusetts. We are a family owned business consisting of approximately 100 employ...more

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DCNE Employee Directory and Contact Form

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Nancy Kolligian
Nancy Kolligian joined the family business in 1986. Prior to that she taught secondary Spanish and holds a BA from Middlebury College. She earned her MA in Spanish from Middlebury College's Instituto Internacional in Madrid, Spain. Nancy has served on various Carrier/Distributor committees and currently serves as chairman of the East Distributor Advisory Council. She serves on the board of the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR), and for 10 years served as chairman. Nancy enjoys travel, golf, and art. Nancy Kolligian Chairman & CEO 800-347-8804


Our Members 3 | CEO Roundtable

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Nancy Kolligian, CEO
DCNE


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Nancy Kolligian, CEO, Distributor Corp. of New England (DCNE), said the software industry is moving away from packaged solutions and toward web-based applications that are more modular in nature.
"A strong application program interface (API) is the key to building flexible and scalable software," she said. "It allows companies to integrate with best-in-breed solutions for non-core functions." According to Kolligian, the geospatial industry is a prime example of this. "Big players are spending hundreds of millions of dollars to find new ways to quickly and accurately measure a space," she said. "It's still unclear which technology will achieve the highest level of adoption, and we do not want to box ourselves into a technology corner by picking just one. We would prefer to connect with all of them." The latest version of DCNE's Cool Calc represents a complete redesign from the ground up and is focused around connectivity, according to Kolligian. She said the company wanted to be agnostic when it came to sources of dimensional data, so Cool Calc was rebuilt on a flexible API architecture that allows users to extend its capabilities using DCNE's "Connector Exchange," which is designed to work like an app store. "Our original Google Maps connector has been revamped, and we also added connectors for OpenStreetMaps, MagicPlan, Stanley Floor Plan, and EagleView," Kolligian said.


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OF NEW ENGLANDNancy Kolligian, CEO, Distributor Corp. of New England (DCNE), said the software industry is moving away from packaged solutions and toward web-based applications that are more modular in nature. “A strong application program interface (API) is the key to building flexible and scalable software,� she said. “It allows companies to integrate with best-in-breed solutions for non-core functions.� According to Kolligian, the geospatial industry is a prime example of this. “Big players are spending hundreds of millions of dollars to find new ways to quickly and accurately measure a space,� she said. “It’s still unclear which technology will achieve the highest level of adoption, and we do not want to box ourselves into a technology corner by picking just one.
We would prefer to connect with all of them.� The latest version of DCNE’s Cool Calc represents a complete redesign from the ground up and is focused around connectivity, according to Kolligian. She said the company wanted to be agnostic when it came to sources of dimensional data, so Cool Calc was rebuilt on a flexible API architecture that allows users to extend its capabilities using DCNE’s “Connector Exchange,� which is designed to work like an app store. “Our original Google Maps connector has been revamped, and we also added connectors for OpenStreetMaps, MagicPlan, Stanley Floor Plan, and EagleView,� Kolligian said. “These connectors use the latest room-measuring technology, including augmented reality, Bluetooth lasers, and 3-D modeling from drone imagery.� DESCOSoftware isn’t new to the HVACR industry, but now more than ever, contractors’ input will be crucial in deciding what features should be developed next, said Rameez Ansari, CEO, Desco LLC. “Going forward, the software companies that succeed will be the ones that have embraced contractors as partners in developing their products,� Ansari said. “On the consumer-facing side, software is empowering technicians to provide better service through stored customer history, easy price presentation, and the ability to take payments in the field.


The Year in Review: 2010 | The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

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• Nancy Kolligian stepped down as chairman of the board of the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) after nine years.
She taught Spanish in the Melrose, Mass. Public schools prior to joining the family business, Distributor Corporation of New England, in 1986. Kolligian took over the NAASR leadership from Manoog Young.


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