Revolabs Appoints Randy Lee as Director of Strategic and Channel Marketing

Date published: 10/29/2013

SUDBURY, Mass. — Oct. 29, 2013 — Revolabs today announced that the company has named Randy Lee as its director of strategic and channel marketing. Bringing over 20 years of industry experience to Revolabs, Lee is tasked with steering the company’s strategic marketing initiatives and channel marketing activities focusing on new product introductions as well as existing products. 


Over the course of his career, Lee has held positions in engineering, production, applications, product management, product marketing, and sales, resulting in extensive knowledge and understanding of company operations. He comes to Revolabs from Sensata Technologies Inc., where he served as market segment manager for the global sensor supplier. Previously, he held the positions of director of technical marketing and sales for TEL Epion; senior industry marketing manager for Keithley Instruments Inc.; and director of CMD business development for FEI Company. Lee has also participated in the development of five patents for the focused ion beam and data storage industries.


“Randy brings years of industry expertise and an impressive track record for effectively assessing customer needs and delivering innovative marketing solutions within organizations ranging from startups to global companies,” said Marc Cremer, COO of Revolabs. “With his broad range of experience, he will play a key role in positioning our products within today’s dynamic unified communications marketplace. Revolabs has many exciting innovations on the horizon and we are very pleased to have Randy aboard.”


“I am thrilled to be part of such a forward-thinking company,” said Lee. “Revolabs is known within the industry for providing market-leading products that combine flawless audio and beautiful design. I look forward to contributing to the company’s growth and pursuing new opportunities for Revolabs’ solutions portfolio.”


Lee holds a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is based at Revolabs’ headquarters in Sudbury, Mass. He reports to Cremer. More information about Revolabs is available at