Kurtis Lindemann, a seasoned technology professional, takes the reigns from long-standing CEO Jim Volpenhein setting chart for growth and expansion

CINCINNATI, JANUARY 4, 2023 – Computer Products Corporation (CPC) announced today the transition in leadership from long-time owner and chief executive officer Jim Volpenhein to seasoned technology executive Kurtis Lindemann.

Mr. Lindemann comes to CPC from RoundTower Technologies where he was chief information officer and chief technology officer. As a founding partner at RoundTower, Mr. Lindemann was instrumental in growing the company into a $500 million powerhouse with a roster of major clients. Mr. Lindemann served several positions through his 13 year stint at RoundTower, including executive vice president of systems engineering, vice president of systems engineering, and director of systems engineering.

“Kurtis is remarkable,” said Mr. Volpenhein. “His accomplishments speak for themselves, and we’re thrilled to make this transition to such a skilled veteran in this industry,” Mr. Volpenhein continued.

With a background with some of the largest OEM corporations and as an engineer, Mr. Lindmann’s experience is an accelerant to CPC’s deep bench of technologists. Mr. Lindmann has worked for EMC, NetApp, and 3Com, as well as working for his alma mater, The Ohio State University.

“I’m excited to be a part of such a long-standing organization with this talented group of engineers,” said Mr. Lindmann. “Their passion for these technologies, combined with the fantastic slate of partnerships makes for fertile ground for growth.”

Mr. Lindmann graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in computer science, and resides in Loveland, Ohio with his wife and three children. He is active in Maple Knoll Communities, and coaches Cincinnati Swords youth hockey in his spare time.

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Pat Haller joins Computer Products Corporation with deep technology industry experience to lead growth strategy.

CINCINNATI, JANUARY 4, 2023 – Computer Products Corporation (CPC) announced today the addition of Pat Haller, joining CPC as vice president of sales and marketing.

Mr. Haller comes to CPC most recently from Team Performance Institute where he was vice president of sales, leading a team providing modern leadership and team development services. Team Performance Institute provided keynote speaking engagements, performance coaching, and executive workshops following proven strategies for effective leadership. Prior to Team Performance Institute, Mr. Haller was at powerhouse technology integrator RoundTower Technologies where he was divisional vice president and worked with the incoming CEO of CPC, Kurtis Lindemann.

“We could not be more thrilled that Pat is coming in to lead the next generation of CPC’s outward-facing agenda,” said outgoing CPC executive Jim Volpenhein. “Pat is so vital to the success of the organization – and we could not be more excited,” Mr. Volpenhein continued.

Mr. Haller’s industry sales experience includes one of the largest storage OEMs in the world, EMC. That experience prepared him well for his growth at RoundTower, as well as past sales experience at Micron PC and OmniTech. At RoundTower, Mr. Haller helped lead that organization’s sales growth to a $500 million organization, particularly in their territory and commercial spaces.

“There is amazing growth potential with CPC,” said Mr. Haller. “They have a slate of partnerships and clientele which are the envy of other technology firms, and together we will bring even more value and benefit to our clients,” Mr. Haller continued.

Mr. Haller graduated from Miami University (OH) with a degree in business administration & marketing, and resides in Newtown, Ohio with his wife and four children.

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About CPC
Computer Products Corp. has provided technology and workplace solutions for its clients since 1963, leading North America in business management systems including hardware, software, networking and datacenter tools.