RLE Technologies has announced the appointment of Jeremy Swanner as the company’s president. Swanner assumes the new leadership position from his previous role of executive vice president at RLE Technologies. In this new capacity, Swanner will be responsible for continuing the company’s steady growth in the data center and facilities markets, expanding its robust channel program, and overseeing its general operations, including: product innovation and development, customer support, and business development.
“Data centers and critical facilities provide the crucial backbone for a variety of industries that affect our daily lives,” said Don Raymond, founder and chief technology officer of RLE Technologies. “Throughout his career, Jeremy’s results-oriented approach and unique business acumen have played a vital role in increasing strategic partnerships and driving sales at a number of companies. He has an impressive record of success in this marketplace and I am delighted that he has agreed to be the next president of RLE Technologies.”
Prior to joining RLE Technologies in 2012, Swanner worked in a leadership capacity for a variety of companies, including: national sales director for Staples’ Corporate Express Imaging and Computer Graphic Supplies as well as director of channel sales for Server Technology. Swanner’s new appointment comes at a significant time for RLE Technologies, as several high profile outages in mission critical industries have occurred over the last several months, underscoring the important role that monitoring solutions play in avoiding downtime.
“For more than 30 years, RLE Technologies has been both a market leader and innovator in how monitoring technology can be utilized to benefit critical facilities,” said Swanner. “I am privileged to lead an experienced team as we work to help companies stay ahead of potential threats, maintain uptime, and increase their operational performance through the use of the most advanced tools and technology available. I look forward to building on the success that RLE Technologies has earned while expanding its reach into new industries.”
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