12.22.2006 12:28 PM
Front Porch Digital Names Jeffrey Esposito Vice President of Professional Services for the Americas
Front Porch Digital, the global leader in broadcast archive management, announced the appointment of Jeffrey Esposito as vice president of professional services for the Americas. Esposito has been with Front Porch Digital since July 2004, previously serving in the capacity of director of professional services. With this promotion Esposito will take an even more active role in guiding and supporting the company in its sales, engineering, delivery, and support services.

“Jeff has proved to be an invaluable asset from the first moment he joined our company, providing leadership in virtually every area of his work,” said Front Porch Digital CEO Mike Knaisch. “Since then, he has been a go-to resource not only for internal product engineering issues, but also in engaging prospective clients and supporting the work of the entire Americas team. We’re very pleased to announce this well deserved appointment, and we look forward to Jeff’s continued contributions to the company well into the future.”

Esposito has worked within the broadcast industry for more than 20 years, and his résumé includes senior-level experience with Viacom, StorageTek, and Avalon/EMC. His achievements include being one of the first to launch high-profile television networks on cutting-edge IT and broadcast technology platforms. Esposito has been deeply involved in the digital archive industry since 1996, and he has led the design, installation, and support of many of the largest and most complex archive systems in operation today.

In his new role, Esposito will be responsible for pre-sales support, product/solution delivery implementations, technology and sales partner activities, and managing support for Front Porch Digital customers cross the Americas.

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