07.11.2008 12:00 AM
AmberFin Appoints New VP for the Americas
AmberFin, a business division of Snell & Wilcox, has appointed Kurt Kyle vice president and head of region for the Americas. Kyle will be responsible for AmberFin’s channel and strategic partners in this region, as well as driving growth and customer acquisition.

Kyle brings 14 years of experience in business development and program management in the media and entertainment markets to the company. Kyle joins AmberFin from Hewlett-Packard (HP), where he was director of business development for the Digital Content Services team. Kyle also developed media solutions for HP and worked as an entertainment solutions architect at Compaq Computer Corp.

“Kurt joins us at a great time to ensure we capitalize fully on our potential as a business,” Naresh Subherwal, vice president of global business development at AmberFin, said. “Kurt will help us reach out to both existing and new customers who are building the future of the industry. His appointment further strengthens our global team and will help consolidate our position as a leader in this industry.”

AmberFin, part of the Snell & Wilcox Group, is the home of iCR software—an open standards, platform that digitizes and transforms new and archived content across multiple delivery platforms.

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