Martin Bodley Takes Non-Executive Chairman Role, Jean-Pierre (JP) Carney Moves to CEO

Date published: 1/17/2012

SUDBURY, Mass. — Jan. 17, 2012 — Revolabs Inc., a leading provider of wireless unified communications products, announces that effective today, co-founder and CEO Martin Bodley will move to the board level as the non-executive chairman of the board. Co-founder JP Carney has been named the company’s chief executive officer.

Since founding Revolabs, Mr. Bodley’s visionary leadership and inspired product ideas have resulted not only in business success, but the creation of a new standard in wireless audio solutions for the enterprise. Mr. Bodley has built a world-class organization, an award-winning product line, and extensive partnerships with suppliers and dealers in over 50 countries around the world.

“I’m very entrepreneurial and enjoy the thrill of building companies and products from concept upwards. I will certainly miss the day-to-day interaction with the team at Revolabs, but I look forward to the strategic focus that I can bring to the company when freed from operational duties,” said Bodley. “Significant business wins and upcoming new product releases have positioned Revolabs for continued success in 2012 and beyond. Having JP in the CEO position gives me confidence that the company is in good hands, as he has been instrumental to Revolabs’ success over the years.”

Mr. Carney is a co-founder of Revolabs, and as chief operating officer has played a prominent role in growing Revolabs from a start-up venture to an industry leading company with a suite of unified communication solutions adopted by a significant number of the Fortune 100. Since its founding, Mr. Carney has been responsible for Revolabs’ sales, marketing, product definition, and strategic partnership programs. He has been instrumental in developing new and innovative solutions for the unified communication market and driving world-wide adoption of those solutions. Mr. Carney’s experience and background make him the natural person to lead Revolabs into the future.

“I want to thank Marty for all of his work in building Revolabs from a concept to a multinational, global company. He has a passion for innovation and product design that has led to Revolabs’ products being known for their breakthrough functionality, performance, ease-of-use, and compact, elegant look,” said Carney. “The outlook for Revolabs over the next few years has never been brighter. With industry leading products, superior technology, and an experienced team, we will continue to be the foremost provider of audio solutions for the unified communications and enterprise collaboration market.”

Prior to founding Revolabs, Mr. Carney worked at Analog Devices, Raytheon, and M/A-Com. He holds an MBA from Babson College and both a Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University and the University of Massachusetts, respectively.

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