"Today, there is a huge window of opportunity for data free and content subscription services and Randy will be instrumental in helping us bring these services to consumers by engaging with mobile carriers and content providers," said Dr. Gary Greenbaum, CEO and co-founder of Syntonic. "Randy has a deep understanding of the mobile ecosystem, and the relationships and experience to quickly help accelerate our business."
Randy brings more than 20 years of experience to Syntonic, developing strategic partnerships, overseeing mergers and acquisitions, creating business opportunities, and managing product creation and distribution. Prior to Syntonic, he served as vice president of product management for PC, mobile, and smart TV products at DTS, a company specializing in digital surround sound formats. Randy also held several executive positions at Microsoft, supporting the Windows Phone platform and building out the partner ecosystem for Windows Media Audio and Video streaming technologies.
"The Syntonic team has successfully established its reputation as a worldwide leader in sponsored content services and mobile BYOD split billing," said Randy. "The market potential for Syntonic's products, services and platform technologies is exhilarating, and I'm looking forward to helping Syntonic incubate, develop and implement growth opportunities around the globe."
Syntonic (SYT.ASX) is a consumer and enterprise mobile platform services company that is transforming the mobile Internet with application-centric business and usage models. Syntonic's Connected Services Platform™ supports both consumer sponsored content solutions and split-billing for corporate Bring-Your-Own Device (BYOD) deployments. Founded in 2013, Syntonic has developed worldwide strategic partnerships with leaders in the mobile ecosystem. To learn more about Syntonic visit www.syntonic.com.
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