Raymond Lindenmayer currently works for L3Harris as a business development director for the Broadband Communication business areas. His customers include US Army, US Air Force, USSOCOM, and working with SATCOM partners like Space-X.
Prior to his current assignment, Ray was the Director of Business Development running the Communication Systems’ (CS) Strategic Accounts Group. The Strategic Accounts Group creates, manages, and executes goal-based campaigns to grow the sales revenue pipeline and assist in winning individual pursuits related to the campaigns. In FY18/19 the campaigns generated $256M in orders.
Ray managed the CS Top 50 customers and executive engagements with those customers as well as relationship management with key strategic partners needed to meet the revenue goals of the business development campaigns.
Prior to his business development assignment, he was the Growth Engineering Manager responsible for the execution of the division wide innovation process (I2) to identify new growth revenue opportunities into the corporate strategic growth plan (SGP). His group also identified, bid, and submitted research, development, test, and evaluation (RDT&E) proposals that are aligned with Harris’ core technology roadmap, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and other government labs programs.
As part of his role as the Growth Engineering manager, Ray was the engineering manager for the RF-3590 Ruggedized Android Tablet and the RF-325N nanoSAVR ISR receiver.
Ray was the Falcon III MP Radio Software Manager responsible for full life cycle development of the Harris Falcon III Manpack AN/PRC-117G secure tactical radio product and the international equivalent 7800M radio. His team successfully launched the products in 2008. Harris just sold its 50,000 117G yielding over $1.5B in new product revenue.
Prior to joining Harris, Ray was a Chief Engineer at Xerox. Some of the highlights of his 16 year career include leading a large engineering organization responsible for full product life cycle development for the new family of high volume digital systems. The products yielded over $3B in revenue from 1999-2005.
Ray was born November 11, 1961, in Baldwinsville, New York. He entered the Air Force as a graduate of AF ROTC from Syracuse University in 1984. He has served in various communications and logistics positions during his 28 year military career. During his final 5 year tour at the Pentagon, he was responsible for programs, budgets, and transformation initiatives for the $4.5B Air Force Depot Purchased Equipment Maintenance (DPEM) program and the Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) program. He was also the division’s most experienced AFSO21 black belt, successfully executing seven events from 2007 – 2012.
Other Air Force duties included Chief of Automated Logistic Technology for USCENTCOM at MacDill Air Force Base. Lt. Colonel Lindenmayer was mobilized for 1 year in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. He was critical in the establishment of the forward headquarters for USCENTCOM in Qatar in November 2002.
L3Harris Corporation is a leading technology innovator, solving our customers’ toughest mission-critical challenges by providing solutions that connect, inform and protect. L3Harris supports customers in more than 125 countries, has approximately $16 billion in annual revenue and 50,000 employees worldwide.
Harris Corporation is a leading technology innovator, solving our customers’ toughest mission-critical challenges by providing solutions that connect, inform and protect. Harris supports customers in more than 125 countries, has approximately $8 billion in annual revenue and 22,000 employees worldwide. The company is organized into four business segments: Communication Systems, Space and Intelligence Systems, Electronic Systems, and Critical Networks.