WINCHESTER, Virginia, January 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
CableClix (USA), Inc. (OTCPK: CCLX) ("CableClix" or the "Company") An innovative "Cord Cutting" company that builds virtual cable networks over the Internet that mimic existing cable television franchises by providing live streaming television services, furthered the December 23rd provisional offer to a signed Definitive Agreement to bring on cauri Jaye as the company's Chief Product Officer.
Cauri will build a tight Agile software team, creating a user-led product with bleeding edge technology methods. From his network and the flourishing Los Angeles technology talent-pool, CableClix business will be embedded in the heart of America's film and TV hub. rhubarb, Cauri's innovation lab and venture builder, is known for rapid delivery and agile practices in launching startups for entrepreneurs and incubate startups for enterprises.
In joining CableClix, skills levered in artificial intelligence, online media and big data will create and deliver a future-focused platform and hyper-productive tech teams will accelerate time to market and ensure a strong innovation culture in the company. Existing IT infrastructure and business know-how of CableClix leadership will be enhanced with a product-focused design and development plan to execute on the vision.
Cauri said: "Technology has revolutionized the consumer entertainment industry, opening up new business models and opportunities almost daily. I'm thrilled to put CableClix at the heart of this industry, giving audiences greater access to better quality TV experiences."
Kris Domich, CableClix President and CEO remarked, "CableClix stands at the precipice of its official entry into the live streaming television market. We have developed specifications for an impressive set top box, developed an efficient method for distributing live television over our VPCN, and have built a head end capable of scaling to well over a hundred channels. As a development stage company, we have the benefit of agility which allows us to quickly adapt to a changing industry and market. Bringing Cauri on at this critical stage and in the capacity of Chief Product Officer ensures that we enter the market as a leader, addressing problems that no one else is, and taking advantage of opportunities that our customers tell us remain unfulfilled."
Domich added, "From the intelligence Cauri brought back from CES 2017, it is clear to CableClix that key industry problems associated with streaming content and interpreting its usage are largely unaddressed. Therefore it will be Cauri's first order of business to definitively quantify those opportunities and create the roadmap that leverages our existing intellectual capital along with the numerous tools, processes, and methods Cauri brings to ensure that our entry into the market is as relevant to current customer pain-points as possible."
CableClix is pleased to see how many new players have entered the market with set top boxes which mimic its own in many ways. The presence of these boxes only validates the direction the company has chosen since its inception. The company believes that it must remain judicious about how it applies time, talent, and treasure, where prudence prevails over haste. The addition of cauri to the team ensures an objective and almost completely outside perspective of the most significant opportunities to be a game-changing technology, solving today's problems whilst anticipating those of the future.
About Cauri Jaye
Industry heavyweights like Sony Pictures, used Jaye in creating a company-wide workflow platform; the project was delivered ahead of schedule and boasts a significant user adoption rate. At Sony, he introduced an Agile culture, enhancing the continuous delivery capabilities to their tech team. His platform replaced four legacy systems and accelerated productivity across the company.
Two subsidiaries of WPP plc, a British multinational advertising and public relations company with its main management office in London, have employed Mr. Jaye. At Kantar Added Value, Cauri was Senior VP of Technology, developing global market research tools, with advanced big data analytics and data visualization for clients such as AT&T, Ford and Harley Davidson.
At Schematic, Cauri was employee # 6 in London, helping grow the office to 50 employees. Cauri developed large-scale, future-looking digital products across all screens, from TV to DOOH to mobile, including touch-screen way-finding systems and gesture-controlled set top boxes, web applications, web marketing content and mobile app. Clients included the likes of BBC, Orange S.A. (France), Westfield and P&G.
Thought-controlled set top boxes to a system that stood up to the most notorious corporate hack of the last decade are on his list of credits. At UCLA he's taught entrepreneurship, product management and Agile certification. At rhubarb studios; he regularly runs consultancy workshops for blue chip clients such as AT&T, NBC/Universal and Sony. As a technology innovation advisor to startups and enterprises and an instructor/coach for digital teams, he has taught over 200 product managers in California and helped launch over two dozen startups.
CableClix was formed in 2013 to be a leading provider of high definition streaming television over broadband connections. Our goals remain as they were at our inception; deliver quality television programming in high and ultrahigh definition, including local network content, directly to the local consumer, on nearly any device, at any time.
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