CODE BLUE NAMES JOHN LAPHAM AS VICE PRESIDENT OF SALES AND MARKETING
Holland, Michigan – April 25, 2012 – Code Blue Corporation (www.codeblue.com) of Holland, Michigan, has announced John Lapham as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. As VP of Sales and Marketing, Lapham will be responsible for leading the Code Blue sales and marketing team into the new technology based era of managed emergency communications systems and software.
Lapham will report to newly appointed COO, David Cook.
“We are excited to have John leading our sales and marketing teams. With his proven sales record from the Communications Industry, John will bring his vision and leadership into Code Blue’s Fire and Security markets.”, stated David Cook, “He is uniquely suited to anticipate trends and quickly respond to the changes in our converging markets. I am very grateful he is willing to take on this challenging new role.”
Lapham brings to Code Blue expertise in the following areas: Executive Management, Sales Leadership, Marketing Vision, Channel Expansion, Business Development, Client Relations & Retention, Strategic Planning, Voice and Data Communications, networking and VoIP. These combined skills and expertise will help lead Code Blue into the new technology based era of managed emergency communications systems and software.
Prior to joining Code Blue Lapham served as the Vice President of Indirect Sales for Cavalier Telephone (formerly TALK America). He graduated from Grand Valley State University (Grand Rapids, Michigan) with a bachelor’s degree in communications. Currently he lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan with his wife and two children.
Code Blue was founded in 1989 and pioneered the development and production of the Blue Light Communication Stations which are installed in thousands of higher education, hospital, airport, corporate and municipal locations worldwide.
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