Fast Forward Video Appoints Hal J. Reisiger as New President and CEO
Fast Forward Video, a recognized innovator of digital video recorder (DVR) technology for broadcast, industrial video, presentation, and military applications, today announced the appointment of Hal J. Reisiger as the company’s new president and CEO.
Reisiger comes to Fast Forward Video from Enhanced Vision Systems, where he served as president for four years. Under his leadership, Enhanced Vision Systems’ annual revenues more than tripled and its market value increased sixfold while winning accolades for innovative new digital optical magnification systems for the legally blind and visually impaired. From 1999 to 2002, Reisiger was president of Burkert Contromatic, a
U.S. subsidiary of
Germany’s Burkert GmbH & Co., a manufacturer of valves, sensors, and automation systems.
Reisiger began his career at Haskel International, an international manufacturer of pumps, valves, and gas compressors, where he began as an application engineer and served in several sales management positions before being appointed vice president of operations.
“Hal’s experience in taking companies to the next level in terms of manufacturing efficiency, global reach, and innovation is second to none and qualifies him superbly to take the helm as Fast Forward moves into a new and exciting stage of growth,” said Paul De Keyser, founder of Fast Forward Video. “Hal’s appointment as Fast Forward’s president and CEO is further testimony to our commitment to developing strong and enduring customer relationships and delivering the highest level of value with product solutions that exceed our customers’ expectations.”
“Fast Forward’s innovative DVR technology is helping change the way people experience the world, and companies such as Pixar, ESPN, and the U.S. Special Forces have come to rely on Fast Forward for the capture of high-quality video any time and anywhere,” Reisiger said. “I’m gratified to have the opportunity to lead this organization as it continues to expand the capabilities of its products, extend the reach of their applications, and deliver value to all its stakeholders.”
Reisiger will be based at Fast Forward’s