March 2, 2017 — Ron Lamb, the president of Reynolds and Reynolds, has decided to leave the automotive retail technology giant to pursue opportunities in private equity, according to a statement provided to associates earlier today.
He was named president of Reynolds and Reynolds in October 2010. He began his career with Reynolds in 1991 and held various sales and marketing positions with the company throughout his career. Prior to being named as vice president of sales in 2005, he served as general manager of the company’s Web Solutions business. Lamb graduated from Princeton University with a bachelor’s degree in politics from Princeton University. He later added a master’s in business administration from Loyola College in Baltimore.
Reynolds likely will not name a replacement for Lamb.