Singapore – May 18, 2017 –Dalet Digital Media Systems, a leading provider of solutions and services for media organizations, is pleased to announce two new key management appointments for the Dalet Asia Pacific region: Cesar Camacho to General Manager and Rosa Pereiro to Director of Sales. Based at the Dalet Singapore office, the new appointments will serve to further strengthen Dalet’s presence and support across the region. The appointments are effective immediately.
Cesar Camacho, general manager, APAC
Cesar Camacho will be assuming the position of general manager in the Asia-Pacific region, succeeding Raoul Cospen. In his new role, Cesar will be responsible for Dalet business and operations across the region, overseeing a team of 40-plus Dalet professionals. Having been with Dalet since 2001 and general manager of Dalet Spain since 2011, Cesar has been instrumental in the company’s growth and has been a key player in the implementation of Dalet systems in broadcast channels worldwide.
Rosa Pereiro, director of sales, APAC
Rosa Pereiro has been promoted to director of sales, APAC, from her role as regional sales manager. Rosa will be responsible for driving key customer deals, managing accounts and leading business development efforts across all territories in the Asia-Pacific region. Working closely with Cesar, she will develop strategies for expanding Dalet media and entertainment relationships and strengthening existing ones, helping Dalet to increase sales and penetrate new markets and accounts throughout the region.
“Under the leadership of Raoul Cospen, our Asia-Pacific presence has grown significantly over the past few years, and all who have been involved in this mission – past, present and future – have proven their outstanding capabilities in promoting the Dalet brand in this strategic region,” comments Stephane Schlayen, COO of Dalet. “Available in most of the region’s languages, the Dalet Galaxy platform proves to be particularly well adapted to the current demands of APAC broadcasters, seeking to streamline workflows and save on costs of operations while getting maximum flexibility for their business. Customers such as MediaCorp in Singapore, WION/Zee Media Corporation in India and SBS in Australia are implementing Dalet solutions to drive key innovations in broadcast, digital and social media. These new appointments will be instrumental in the continued success of APAC, and I have full confidence that both Cesar and Rosa will continue to successfully drive the company’s expansion across the region.”
Meet Cesar Camacho and Rosa Pereiro at BroadcastAsia2017
Attendees to the BroadcastAsia2017 exhibition can book a private briefing to meet with Cesar or Rosa (stand 4R3-05) at the upcoming BroadcastAsia2017 exhibition at http://www.dalet.com/broadcast-asia-2017.
For more information about Dalet at BroadcastAsia2017, please visit http://www.dalet.com/news/dalet-innovations-expand-choices-and-opportunities-broadcasters-and-content-producers.
Dalet solutions and services enable media organizations to create, manage and distribute content faster and more efficiently, fully maximizing the value of assets. Dalet products are built on three distinct platforms that, when combined, form versatile business solutions that power end-to-end workflows for news, sports, program preparation, production, archive and radio. Individually, Dalet platforms and products offer targeted applications with key capabilities to address critical media workflow functions such as ingest, QC, edit, transcode and multiplatform distribution.
The foundation for Dalet productivity-enhancing workflow solutions, Dalet Galaxy is the enterprise NRCS and MAM that unifies the content chain by managing assets, metadata, workflows and processes across multiple and diverse production and distribution systems. Specially tailored for news and media workflows, this unique technology platform helps broadcasters and media professionals increase productivity while providing operational and business visibility.
Dalet AmberFin is the high-quality, scalable transcoding platform with fully integrated ingest, mastering, QC and review functionalities, enabling facilities to make great pictures in a scalable, reliable and interoperable way. Addressing the demanding needs of studio production, multi-camera ingest, sports logging and highlights production, the innovative Dalet Brio video server platform combines density and cost-effectiveness with high reliability.
Dalet supports customers from the initial planning stages to well beyond project execution. Our global presence includes 17 offices strategically located throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific, North America and South America, and a network of more than 60 professional partners serving 87 countries worldwide. This collective experience and knowledge enables our customers to realize potential increases in productivity, efficiency and value of their assets.
The comprehensive Dalet Care program ensures deployments remain up and running with 24/7 support 365 days a year.
Dalet systems are used around the world by many thousands of individual users at hundreds of TV and Radio content producers, including public broadcasters (ABS-CBN, BBC, CBC, DR, FMM, France TV, RAI, RFI, Russia Today, RT Malaysia, VOA), commercial networks and operators (Canal+, FOX, eTV, MBC Dubai, MediaCorp, Mediaset, Orange, Time Warner Cable, Warner Bros, Sirius XM Radio), and government organizations (Canadian House of Commons, Australian Parliament and UK Parliament).
Dalet is traded on the NYSE-EURONEXT stock exchange (Eurolist C): ISIN: FR0011026749, Bloomberg DLT:FP, Reuters: DALE.PA.
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For more information on Dalet, visit www.dalet.com.
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