10.14.2002 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Omnibus opens second U.S. office

OmniBus Systems has opened its second U.S. office in Stamford, Conn.

The new location will serve alongside the existing operation in Nevada City, Calif., in providing sales, support and engineering services to OmniBus' customer base across the U.S. and Canada.

OmniBus has also appointed three new executives to its top-tier management team.

Joining as Group Executive, Products, is Ashley Barretto. Barretto has 15 years of management experience in media industry software development. Barretto will be the Senior Executive in charge of the Connecticut Office.

New Group Executive, Services, Ian Hardacre was formerly Technical Strategy Manager at ICL where he led the marketing of the company's networking products throughout Europe and its PC products across the world.

Hardacre has also held senior management positions with Oracle, Data Sciences, IBM Global Services, Logica, MarchFIRST and Dexterus leading large, asset-based service businesses. Hardacre will be based out of the OmniBus office in Windsor, UK.

David Parry-Jones, OmniBus' new Group Executive, Sales, is a former sales director of the Lotus Development Corporation. Prior to joining OmniBus, David was VP Operations EMEA at Lazy Software where he established a pan-European distribution channel and direct sales force in the UK. David will also be based out of the OmniBus office in Windsor, UK.

For more information visit www.omnibus.tv.

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