TV technology company Net Insight has made a number of key changes to its management team.
The changes, which follow last year’s acquisition of ScheduALL by Net Insight, will Martin Karlsson, chief technology officer and vice-president of the product portfolio, take responsibility for the full product product portfolio including ScheduALL, while Ralph Quintero, previously COO of product area at ScheduALL will report to Karlsson. Quintero will be responsible for ScheduALL engineering as well as a new role as head of Neti Innovation Labs.
In January, Net Insight created a new common global sales organisation led by newly appointed vice-president of global sales Alan Ryan.
“We are consolidating our innovation efforts and Ralph Quintero will head up our new function called Neti Innovation Labs,” said Karlsson.
“The changes being implemented mark a further step forward in executing our vision of shaping the future of the TV and media ecosystem.”
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21 January 2021 @ 20:00:01 UTC