HARMAN Appoints Chris Vice To Newly-Created Position Of Manager, Global E-Commerce

Move follows successful July 2013 launch of new, highly-evolved e-commerce site at www.harmanpro.com for audio professionals

Underscoring its commitment to provide channel partners and customers around the world with the most comprehensive and effective e-commerce resources, HARMAN Professional today announced the promotion of Chris Vice to the newly-created position of Manager, Global E-Commerce.

Reporting to Jay Woolley, Director of Marketing, HARMAN Signal Processing, Chris Vice immediately assumes responsibility for ensuring HARMAN Professional’s e-commerce initiatives address the business needs and ambitions of channel partners, customers and other stakeholders.

Commenting on the appointment, Jay Woolley noted, “Chris Vice’s market knowledge, and can-do attitude has resulted in a great track record of adaptability throughout his career at HARMAN Professional.  I am confident that he will prove equal to this new challenge we have set out for him and that in doing so, he will ensure our channel partners and customers are served well.”


An 18-year veteran of HARMAN Professional, Chris Vice takes up his new position having previously served as National Training Coordinator for HARMAN Professional. Prior to that he was Program Controller for HARMAN’s successful STEP Change Program and Web Coordinator for Crown Audio.  Chris Vice is a Bachelor of Science candidate in Information Technology from WGU Indiana, and holds an Associate of Applied Science degree in Electronic Engineering from ITT Technical Institute.  He also holds several trade and technical certifications.

“I am very pleased to take up this new challenge as it presents me with a unique opportunity to deploy all of my education, training and experience in one cohesive initiative.  I look forward to working closely with channel partners, customers and our team here at HARMAN Professional to advance HARMAN Professional’s global e-commerce initiative and deliver value to all stakeholders!” Vice stated today.