Lindsay Hiebert is a senior marketing manager for Cisco's Emerging Business Group responsible for Cisco Connected Physical Security solutions marketing.
His experience includes product and solution marketing for networked communications, security and collaboration technologies including: video surveillance, access control, incident response, IP phones, unified communications, contact center, unified messaging, connected energy, smart buildings, and related Cisco network products, and product management roles for Cisco's Unified Communications.
Lindsay joined Cisco in 1999, to lead Cisco’s internal Cisco IT deployment and migration to Unified Communications across the company – a key Cisco and John Chambers initiative with Cisco's UC business unit that was, at the time, led by Marthin De Beer - reaching a new global milestone in using the Network as the Platform and becoming “Cisco’s best first customer”. Repeatedly creating new milestones for the communications industry, Cisco reached market success of over $1B in revenues annually for the Unified Communications business, and the #1 market share position in Enterprise Voice (Unified Communications) in just 5-6 years. Lindsay's marketing contributions within the Emerging Technology Business group, over the last 5 years, have consistently achieved annual growth rates for new businesses ranging from double digits to triple digits, capturing several industry distinctions and awards for customer innovation with Cisco technologies and solutions marketing.
Prior to Cisco, his experiences include project management, software development, and the design and operation of large scale communications networks and routing systems, delivering innovative network and business services for AT&T, Sprint and others.
Graduating with top honors across multiple fields of expertise, his degrees and certifications include
Caltech, Industrial Relations Center, Technology Marketing, an M.B.A. degree in general management ,
a M.S. degree in Computer Science/Networking & Telecommunications, B.S. degree in Computer Science, and a B.A. degree in Administration of Justice.