01.16.2008 12:00 AM
Vicky Wise Joins Xytech Systems as Solution Consultant for EMEA
Xytech Systems Corporation, a provider of media business software and services for workflow management, resource scheduling, and media asset management, has announced that Vicky Wise has joined the company as a Solution Consultant for the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, and Africa). Ms. Wise will be based in Xytech's London office.

Ms. Wise brings extensive industry experience in business and facilities management to Xytech Systems, most recently as senior business systems analyst at Ascent Media Group Ltd. Her responsibilities there included the management of the Xytech Enterprise software, which is the mission critical application that runs Ascent's core business operations and supports hundreds of concurrent users. Vicky handled the planning, support and implementation of business workflow software across Ascent Media Group UK, and interfaced with Ascent Media USA to ensure the successful coordination and planning of future projects across the globe.

In her role as Solution Consultant, Ms. Wise will assist new and existing Xytech customers by analyzing their business software requirements and developing system deployment approaches. In addition Ms. Wise will create and implement training agendas and courses, as well as provide onsite training. The combination of industry leading Xytech Enterprise software with expert professional services allows customers to streamline their workflow and media business operations.

Peter Tanke, Managing Director and Executive Vice President of Xytech Systems Corporation, comments, "Having had the pleasure of working with Vicky during her years as a Xytech customer, I am thrilled that she has joined out professional services team. Her combination of industry and product knowledge, coupled with a terrific "can do" attitude, is a welcome complement to our experienced London based team, which services a rapidly expanding, sophisticated customer base of international broadcasters, major post production houses, and media production operations."

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