Deltatre hires D’Oliveiro as APAC OTT commercial lead

Sports and entertainment service provider Deltatre has announced the appointment of Michael D’Oliveiro as its APAC OTT commercial director.

In this role, D’Oliveiro will be responsible for managing accounts for the company’s key accounts in the region along with leading sales and developing business. Based in Singapore, he reports to Adam Nightingale, SVP of OTT.

The experienced D’Oliveiro joins from SaaS company Dexecure, where he served as head of growth, and has primarily worked in Asia and Australia over a period of more than 20 years in the telco, media and technology industries. 

Ron Downey, OTT division president and board director at Deltatre said: “Michael is a seasoned media and technology executive and we are delighted to welcome him to the Deltatre team. He will bring local market expertise as well as a great deal of amassed industry knowledge. His hire is another important milestone on our journey in Asia, where the business has had a remarkable year of growth.”

 D’Oliveiro said: “I’m delighted to be joining Deltatre at a time of exciting expansion and growth, particularly in the Asian market. Deltatre has a renowned reputation for providing innovative and imaginative solutions to clients around the world. It’s great to be joining an organisation committed to meeting and exceeding consumer demands while engaging users in new ways.” 

Deltatre is in the midst of expansion, not just in the APAC region. 

In the UK, it was recently revealed that the company is the tech provider of the ITV/BBC joint venture Britbox.

BritBox has disclosed it is utilising Deltatre’s AXIS targeted UX management platform to power the service’s front-end. 

AXIS is designed to help non-technical teams take a greater degree of control over touchpoints in a video service – such as design, navigation, promotions and content – without touching any code.

The vendor has also been revealed to have designed and built BritBox’s suite of multi-platform applications across web, mobile and smart TVs.

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