SAN DIEGO, Sept. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- PacketVideo (PV), the global leader in rich media experiences for Communications Service Providers and Consumer Electronics companies, today announced Mike Nawrocki has been named Senior Vice President of Global Sales. Mr. Nawrocki has spent more than 18 years in global leadership roles at both private venture-backed and publicly traded firms.
"2013 has been a year of purposeful transition of PacketVideo, laying the foundation for our next generation of products and growth. Critical to this mission, we have also transitioned our management team this year, and Mike is the latest confirmation of that transformation," said Mark Tapling, CEO of PacketVideo. "We are very pleased to transition our global sales and field operations effort to a person of Mike's caliber and experience."
Prior to PacketVideo, Mr. Nawrocki served as Senior Vice President of Global Sales for the Language Technologies division of SDL International, a $400M translation software and services company. He joined SDL through the acquisition of Idiom Technologies Inc., where he served as Vice President of Worldwide Sales. Prior to Idiom, Mike served as Vice President of Sales and Business Development for Context Media (acquired by Oracle), a leading provider of enterprise content integration software and services. Previously, he was a Vice President of Sales at Giga Information Group (acquired by Forrester Research), and eBT International. Mr. Nawrocki received a B.S. in Finance from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.
"PV has a 15 year history of delivering measurable value to its customers through ground breaking media technology and expertise," said Mr. Nawrocki. "I'm proud to be a part of the new management team, and look forward to working with our global customers to help them meet their business objectives."
Mr. Nawrocki will lead sales strategy & global field operations across North America, Europe & Asia, delivering PacketVideo's portfolio of products & services of Media Acquisition, Management & Rendering; Cloud & Media Analytics; Standards Deployment Solutions and Professional Services.
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Founded in 1998, PacketVideo (PV) has established itself as the leader in delivering innovative digital media solutions globally. PV's expertise in all things media means our unique technology has the highest performance and reliability in digital media solutions for mobile and consumer electronic products and services. This expertise and experience enables rich media experiences for consumers across the globe.
PacketVideo is the most advanced and trusted digital media solution provider in the industry. Partnering with PV helps companies differentiate their products, seize the growing consumer demand for the connected home, and reduce customer attrition by adding compelling value to products and services. With PV, Communications Service Providers and Consumer Electronics companies have a digital media partner with extensive global experience and that can deliver on large and complex media solution projects, reliably, securely, and with a vision for helping create the digital world of the future.
PacketVideo is a wholly owned subsidiary of NTT DOCOMO.
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