3xLOGIC appoints marketing leader
3xLOGIC, Inc. has announced that Wendi Burke has been appointed as the company’s Senior Director of Marketing.
September 22, 2014 By Staff
Based out of the Westminster corporate headquarters, Burke has been tasked with building a structured marketing organization and marketing strategy, utilizing web-based tools, social media platforms, and a more comprehensive product marketing offering, along with standard marketing initiatives.
Burke brings more than 20 years of experience in the electronics and security industry to 3xLOGIC. In this new role she will manage the North American marketing team.
“This is an exciting time to join 3xLOGIC, which is growing rapidly and solidifying its position as a recognized industry leader in the market,” said Burke. “I look forward to strengthening 3xLOGIC’s brand recognition and visibility, while putting value-adding programs in place to drive sales.”
“3xLOGIC is fortunate in being able to attract someone of Wendi’s experience and capabilities,” commented Christie Walters-Hebert, 3xLOGIC VP Sales & Marketing. “Our recent acquisition of the Sonitrol Product Development organization added 24 specialized engineers to our staff. Combined with our two existing 3xLogic Engineering Teams, we have a product development powerhouse that you dream about. Finding the right marketing professional capable of harnessing this energy and output requires a unique individual. I’m confident we have found that person in Wendi.”
Prior to joining 3xLOGIC, Burke held marketing leadership positions with companies such as Meggitt Sensing Systems, a leading supplier of sensing and monitoring systems measuring physical parameters in extreme environments; CMS Products, a leading innovator in data backup, encryption and security technology for business users and consumers; and most recently IQinVision, manufacturer of the IQeye line of HD megapixel IP cameras.
Burke is based out of the 3xLogic North American headquarters in Westminster, CO and will report directly to Walters-Hebert.
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