Leader in business intelligence technology for online video appoints Victor Carbonell as global CRO
BARCELONA and NEW YORK – April 5, 2017 – NPAW (Nice People At Work), the leader in business intelligence and video analytics technology announced today that VICTOR CARBONELL has joined the company’s C-Suite as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). Victor brings with him robust industry experience and an entrepreneurial background which will help leverage NPAW’s position as leader in the video business intelligence field, introducing attractive offers and driving revenue optimization enabling us to stay focused on innovation and product development from which customers benefit.
Victor’s knowledge of SaaS, business intelligence, and media-based business models is second to none. He honed his skills working for industry leaders such as Ericsson, where he served as Chief Video Strategist, and MediaPro, for which he served as CIO; and in 2014 co-founding Medianalitics GmbH. Outside the private sector, Victor has also worked with Xarxa Oberta de Catalunya serving as COO.
Victor’s peerless experience brings international understanding of market trends and how OTTs, telcos, broadcasters and media companies benefit from business intelligence leading to great increases in the ROI.
“Adding Victor to our C-Suite team is a tremendous asset for us at NPAW to offer the most holistic business intelligence.” said NPAW CEO Ferran Gutierrez of the announcement. “Victor joins a team of seasoned professionals that will help us become the go-to company for integrated online video business intelligence. We second what some of his former colleagues have said of him: “A level-5 leader. As simple as that.“”.
The announcement comes amid the leadup to the NAB Show and NPAW will be in attendance (booth SU7821).
Joaquin De Miguel on April 06th 2017
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