CEI Appoints John Humphrey as Director of Business Development, Technical Services
Communications Engineering, Inc. (CEI), a multimedia consulting, design, and integration company, announced the appointment of John Humphrey as CEI’s first Director of Business Development, Technical Services. Humphrey’s vast 25 years industry experience includes driving new business in television and media systems sales with Digital Television Solutions, Midwest Communications, Azcar Systems Integration, and Sony Broadcast.
In addition to being a seasoned sales engineer, Humphrey has the added experience of working in operations and engineering at multiple TV stations and production companies. He is a member of SMPTE and has served as Chairman and Vice‐ Chairman of the Pittsburgh SBE Chapter 20 and is a SBE Certified Professional Broadcast Engineer. Humphrey has developed a deep knowledge of the people, business and technology to pragmatically apply a wide range of solutions to solve technology and business problems.
“John’s experience in television technology systems, excellent knowledge of the industry marketplace and business drivers will be an important asset as we continue to provide expert technical service, support and piece‐of‐mind to our clients” said VP of Technical Services Frank Giliotti.
“John’s wealth of hands‐on experience and knowledge of technology make him an invaluable addition to our team,” said VP of Sales and Marketing Phil Whitebloom, “We are proud to offer his expertise and vast skills to our customers.”
“I look forward to offering CEI’s Technology Support Options that include; Extended Warranty, Manufacturer’s Software Support, and On‐Site Service Agreements,” said John Humphrey. “I want to help clients manage today’s shifting technology, staffing changes and the demand for more efficiency. CEI helps provide financial certainty, minimizes Total Cost of Ownership, and takes the worry out of maintaining a complex television or multi‐media system. In effect, we provide reduced risk thru insurance against critical failures, downtime and loss of revenue.”