Cloud-based content supply chain platform Ownzones has named Rick Phelps as chief commercial officer to lead sales strategy, business developmentas the company continues to expand internationally.
Phelps previously served as senior vice president of sales at Deluxe Entertainment Services Group where he led go-to-market strategy across sales development and customer success. Prior to Deluxe, Phelps held top sales leadership positions at Amagi Corporation, MX1 and Liberty Global-owned Chellomedia
At Ownzones, he will be responsible for driving a world-class experience for customers, while also scaling the company’s current services internationally, according to the company.
“At Ownzones, our mission is to become the ultimate driving force for content accessibility and deliverability, and the best leaders in the entertainment industry are helping us distribute our solutions at a global scale. The demand for OWNZONES’ technology continues to grow worldwide as studios and content owners search for the most effective ways to distribute their work, and Rick will be the key player to introduce our solutions to these new markets,” said Dan Goman, CEO of Ownzones.
“This is the perfect time to join the Ownzones team, and I couldn’t be more excited to support in scaling the business and driving success for both current and future customers,” said Phelps.
“It’s clear that Ownzones is at the forefront of innovating media logistic supply chains, enabling content owners to bring content to market faster and more efficiently on a global scale. I’m looking forward to pushing Ownzones to new heights, and I anticipate exceptional growth for the company in years to come.”
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