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Onyx Graphics Welcomes Lee Cormier as OEM Partner Manager

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Onyx Graphics announced today that it has appointed Lee Cormier to the position of OEM Partner Manager. Lee is responsible for developing and growing business relationships with global device manufacturers and key partners.

 

Onyx Graphics announced today that it has appointed Lee Cormier to the position of OEM Partner Manager. Lee is responsible for developing and growing business relationships with global device manufacturers and key partners.

 

“I am excited to welcome Lee to the Onyx Graphics family,” said Bryan Manwaring, Director of Product Marketing for Onyx Graphics. “Lee comes to us with a strong background in product management and experience working with OEM partners, which will help our global growth as well as the continued success of each of our valued partners. I am convinced he will be a fantastic asset to our team and Onyx Graphics.”

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Lee comes to Onyx Graphics from SanDisk where he served as OEM Program Manager and acted as the corporate liaison responsible for identifying new OEM business opportunities and product requirements, and ensuring the success of new product introductions with major partners including Dell and Cisco Systems. Prior to that, he was the Product Owner for SaaS platform FamilySearch.org. Lee also held the position of Strategic Marketing Manager for Symantec, and has served in progressive marketing and management positions at Intel. He holds a bachelor’s degree in information management from Brigham Young University, and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Utah. He is based in the company’s Salt Lake City headquarters.
 

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