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LHP Engineering Solutions Welcomes Marty Muse as Vice President of Marketing


LHP strengthens mission to create a safer, smarter, and more connected world with the addition of Marty Muse, Vice President of Marketing, to Executive Team.




COLUMBUS, IN – JANUARY 29, 2020 LHP Engineering Solutions (LHP), an engineering services provider and technology leader in transportation functional safety, today announced the addition of Marty Muse to its Executive Team as Vice President of Marketing. Muse brings nearly 20 years of experience in marketing leadership, strategic planning, and revenue operations for US-based, multi-national B2B software/technology organizations. Muse will be leading the LHP Marketing function where he will spearhead several important initiatives in support of LHP's vision.


"I'm really excited to join LHP and am looking forward to the company’s next wave of growth," Muse said. "As the autonomous vehicle and transportation industry's demand for safer autonomous vehicles through functional safety continues to grow, I believe LHP stands ready to deliver; making a measurable impact and saving lives. I'm most excited to join such an impressive and gifted team to help guide LHP with Marketing leadership and a voice of experience."


Muse joins LHP following his role as CEO at Vennli where he orchestrated record revenue and the launching of new Content Intelligence software serving marketers with an AI-enabled tool for content planning. Prior to that, he served in several executive-level roles including VP of Marketing for WebLink International, VP of Client Success, and CEO for an Indianapolis-based digital marketing agency, Relevance, where he delivered digital marketing services to Fortune 500 clientele including L’Oreal, Office Depot, FedEx, Macy's, Sears, Humana, and New York Life and many tech companies such as Rackspace, Seagate, Intel, HP, and Intuit to name a few. 

“We are thrilled to have someone with Marty’s experience and background join our leadership team to help guide LHP toward our mission of creating a safer, smarter, and more connected world," Alex Thatcher, LHP's Chief Operating Officer said. It is an exciting time to be part of the transportation industry.  We intend to be a major player in this dynamic industry through driving technology that enables the engineering and deployment of safe and secure transportation systems.  The addition of Marty is a major win for LHP, giving us a key leader who will be focused on connecting our technology services and solutions to this market.”


Muse is a native of Indiana, graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University, and currently resides in Noblesville, IN with his family. 


LHP and technology partners are dedicated to ensuring quality across the entire development process, including R&D, regulation and compliance, architecture build, and software development. LHP’s mission is to create a safer, smarter, and more connected world by specializing in creating custom, flexible, and comprehensive technology solutions in the automotive space. Learn more about LHP Engineering Solutions by visiting

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