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|05 March 2013|
Visual Unity Appoints New Vice President Of Corporate Strategy
|Visual Unity has appointed Gabriel Dusil as Vice President of Corporate Strategy.
Dusil brings a wealth of experience to Visual Unity, having held several regional management roles across EMEA with large multi-nationals such as Motorola and VeriSign. His background also includes VP level sales and marketing roles, with strengths in Cloud-based solution selling and partnership management.
Tomas Petru, President of Visual Unity, said: "Gabriel's appointment comes at a time when Visual Unity is expanding its product portfolio with the launch of vuEasyT - a next generation Cloud-based Online Video Platform that allows companies to manage and monetize their audio, video and image libraries. Gabriel's experience in sales and marketing, combined with his knowledge of video standards, storage solutions and end-to-end IP video services, will considerably help Visual Unity expand its product strategy, global marketing initiatives and international sales and business development."
Dusil's role at Visual Unity includes identifying and developing opportunities for the company in international markets. To this end he has already led the team in negotiating and signing a strategic partnership agreement the UAE's integrated telecom service provider du.
Visual Unity has over 20 years' experience and expertise in the design and delivery of linear broadcast and multiscreen solutions. Its vuMediaT integrated content management and delivery platform recently won the ConnectedWorld.tv 2012 Award for the Best Use of Online Video by a Non-Broadcaster, and was also shortlisted for a CSI Award in the Best Content On Demand category.
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