Bob Lentz has extensive executive management and entrepreneurial experience in the technology industry having been involved in the growth and eventual sale of a number of successful technology ventures.
Recently, Bob has been consulting to technology companies and recently was the interim CEO at Digital Reef. Prior to joining Digital Reef, he served as CEO and President of PermissionTV, an innovative online video platform company. Bob held the senior executive positions at OATSystems, Inc.; the recognized leader in radio-frequency identification (RFID) frameworks, now part of Checkpoint; and at eRoom Technology; a Web-based collaborative workspace that enables distributed teams to work together more efficiently; sold to Documentum Inc. and now part of EMC Corp.
Bob was a member of the management team responsible for the turnaround at Xionics Document Technologies, which became the leading provider of digital page processing software and technology for the office market and sold to Oak Technology. His experience also includes executive management positions at Individual Inc., an Internet information services company that merged with Desktop Data to become NewsEdge Corporation, Appex Corporation, a software company serving the cellular telephone industry that was sold to Electronic Data Systems, and Raster Technologies Inc., provider of high performance 3-d graphics systems. Bob started his career with Arthur Young & Co. (now Ernst&Young) leaving as a manager to join one of his clients, GCA Corporation.
Bob is a member of the board of directors of Monotype Imaging Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: TYPE), Woburn, MA, eCopy, Inc., Nashua, NH, and Lumigent Technologies, Acton, MA. He holds an MBA from Babson College and a BS in Business from Northeastern University. Bob resides in Wayland, MA with his wife, Mary and their three sons, and has served on the Town’s Finance Committee for the past 13 years.