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EXTERITY GROWS IN APAC REGION

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20 December 2017

To support growth in the APAC region, Exterity has hired three new members of staff spread across the region, reporting to Jamie Hind, Regional Director for Asia Pacific:

Greg Bright, Solutions Consultant, Asia Pacific, based in Sydney:

  • Greg joins Exterity’s Asia Pacific team as a Solutions Consultant, bringing a wealth of technology and market knowledge. Having been involved in large projects across Australia, New Zealand and South-East Asia, he has extensive experience in IPTV, AV/IT, VOD, and Digital Signage. Recently, he also immersed himself in the expanding OTT/IPTV industry, adding to Exterity’s solutions know-how across mobile content delivery, infrastructure design, and CMS utilisation. An expert in the IPTV space, Greg is a reliable and trusted source for designing and supporting complex solutions. Greg is a certified Redhat Linux System Administrator, and has a bachelor’s degree in business management.

Stanley Chang, Regional Manager, Asia, based in Singapore:

  • Stanley brings extensive local market and industry solutions knowledge and experience to Exterity’s Asia Pacific team that support the company in its expanding hospitality business. A customer service focussed, highly versatile sales & marketing professional, Stanley has 15 years’ solid experience in energy conservation and management solutions acquired at InnCom, part of Honeywell, and Interel, as well as surveillance and  ELV solutions for a wide range of organisations. For the past seven years, Stanley’s main focus has been to provide advice, solutions and services to assist major international hotel groups and hotel owners plan their hospitality automation projects without negatively impacting the guest experience. This required reviewing requirements, proposing system options that best meet project goals, and assisting architects and designers with device compatibility and optimisation. A Singapore national, Stanley has a diploma in information and technology and is a strong communicator able to provide marketing counsel to local & international business managers and channels in English, Mandarin and local dialects.

Stephen Tsui, Regional Manager, Asia, based in Hong Kong:

  • Stephen is responsible for managing sales and business development in the region, working alongside Exterity’s partners. Stephen is an expert in digital media technology, having spent 11 years in a regional sales role for Contentwise, D3 Technologies, Minerva Networks, Viaccess-Orca, Verizon Business and more. A specialist of the AV/IT/IP convergence, Stephen started his career in telecom and networking solutions before moving on to the digital media industry. A Hong Kong national, Stephen has a bachelor’s degree in computer science and speaks Cantonese, Mandarin and English fluently.

Jamie Hind, Regional Director Asia Pacific at Exterity, commented: “We welcome our three new members of staff – Greg, Stanley and Stephen – who will be working alongside our expert network of partners to offer the best-in-class products and solutions for Exterity’s customers from Manila to Melbourne – and everywhere in between.”

In addition to investing in a growing team, Exterity has also strengthened relationships with an extended group of regional partners, including ANZ distributor Midwich (Australia); AVLS (Philippines); DVI Solutions (Singapore); Ideal Systems (Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, China and Indonesia), NDT (Hong Kong); PCT Goodbridge  (Philippines);  PixelByte (Hong Kong), and Technology Solutionn (Singapore). These partners are part of Exterity’s StreamForce Partner Program – a global network of specialist channel partners that Exterity supports by providing ongoing, complementary training and resources to keep them up-to-date with the latest innovations, product releases and system enhancements.

Exterity: www.exterity.com
Australian Distributor: www.midwich.com.au

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