Zenoss Names New VP of Marketing
October 30, 2015
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Zenoss announced the appointment of Megan Lueders as VP of Marketing.

A veteran technology marketing executive with over 20 years of experience in the high-tech industry, Lueders has managed worldwide, integrated marketing programs, lead-generation campaigns, and associated marketing operations that have repeatedly increased demand and generated revenue.

“Megan’s energy, insight, and passion for modern marketing will be a tremendous advantage to Zenoss,” stated Greg Stock, Chairman and CEO of Zenoss. “More so, her drive to champion the voice of the customer and to tap into market insights and customer expectations to improve every deliverable from the company is a critical component to our ongoing growth strategy.”

As VP of Marketing, Lueders is responsible for driving the strategy of corporate positioning and communications, brand identity, demand generation, marketing operations, public relations, online and offline marketing programs, and telemarketing efforts worldwide.

Prior to joining Zenoss, Lueders spent nine years at Lifesize, a division of Logitech (NASDAQ: LOGI), where she joined early and went on to serve as Vice President of Worldwide Marketing. She was instrumental in the company’s growth to over 500 employees and through a very successful acquisition by Logitech for $405 million.

Before joining Lifesize, Lueders worked at Voxpath and Isochron in product marketing roles. Lueders began her marketing career with Verizon in a management program where she worked in Seattle, Boston, and Atlanta.

Lueders holds a bachelor of business administration in management from the Red McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin. Lueders resides in Austin, Texas, with her family and serves on several area nonprofit boards, including as the Vice Chair of the Texas 4000 organization and board member of the YMCA of Austin, Program Services Board.

“This is a pivotal stage as the evolution of hybrid data centers are on the upturn, and Zenoss is driving the fundamentals behind the scene for customers to manage every piece — top to bottom,” stated Megan Lueders, VP of Marketing at Zenoss. “Joining Zenoss to propel this already strong brand into a global powerhouse will undoubtedly be a highlight in my career.”

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