London, UK – 24 April 2019 –
Imagen, the leading SaaS video management platform business, has announced that it has appointed David Parker to the role of Chief Revenue Officer for the EMEA and APAC regions.
David boasts ten years’ experience in fast tech companies having held the position of VP of EMEA at both Vocus and ON24. These roles saw David grow and scale up the businesses in EMEA and further afield by building out teams, putting structure in place and placing strategic individuals into roles across the business. One of the key considerations in his appointment at Imagen was David’s experience of building and delivering go-to-market strategies in region.
As Chief Revenue Officer, David will be leading and building out sales operations, as well as structuring operations to ensure Imagen has coverage across the EMEA and APAC regions. David will also seek to align with marketing and the wider business with the aim of growing Imagen’s customer-base across enterprise, sports and media verticals.
Charlie Horrell, CEO, Imagen commented: “We are thrilled to welcome David to Imagen as the company continues to expand. He brings with him a wealth of experience in building and growing teams which will be instrumental to Imagen’s growth as we look to add ten new staff members in the coming months and increase our presence across EMEA and the APAC region.”
David Parker, CRO, Imagen added: “We are witness to a phenomenal increase in the consumption of video content and Imagen is expertly placed to address demand for organisations seeking to manage and leverage these assets.”
Imagen is an intuitive video management platform that enables sports organisations, media companies and enterprise sectors to intelligently manage their video content with enhanced functionality, control, and insight. Imagen is being used by global organisations to manage and distribute their expanding video and media libraries – enabling fast, easy, secure and controlled access to content through the highly customisable platform.
Imagen’s customers include The Premier League, World Tennis Association, BP, Reuters, BBC and IMG, part of Endeavor. The secure platform is also used by the Ministry of Defence, and preserves archive collections for Imperial War Museums, the British Library and the BFI.
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