Dalet Names Country Managers for Korea and India/Sri Lanka
Dalet Digital Media Systems, a provider of Media Asset Management (MAM) solutions, software and services for content providers, announced the appointment of Jae Sun Ryu as Country Manager, Dalet-Korea and Vitalis Noble Martin as Country Manager, Dalet-India and Sri Lanka.
Ryu, a seasoned industry professional with expertise in key account management, sales, and support roles, leads the local Dalet team from the company’s new office in Seoul. He most recently worked for SeaChange, handling a range of responsibilities over a 13-year span.
Noble, an India-based technology veteran with a proven track record in broadcast sales and project management, leads Dalet’s customer initiatives in both India and Sri Lanka. His prior experience includes similar roles with KIT Digital and Shaf Broadcast, two of India’s premiere integrators.
“These appointments affirm Dalet’s commitment to the Korean and Indian markets and continue our pattern of growth in the Asia Pacific region. We have now implemented our MAM-driven solutions at key broadcasters in the region, providing cost-efficient workflows for news, sports, program prep and archiving,” says Tomer Azenkot, general manager, Dalet Asia Pacific. “Our interface is very intuitive and available in many languages, including those spoken throughout Asia. The toolsets are also very easy to learn and use. All this means that training and deployment can be accelerated. We’re confident that the regional market knowledge, professionalism and technical skills that Ryu and Noble bring to Dalet will help customers in their respective countries to benefit from our innovative solutions.”
Dalet continues to expand its global presence. In the past year, the company also established a new office in Moscow and in Rio de Janiero. Dalet has a total of 15 sales and project offices, which are strategically located in Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific, North America, and South America. In addition, more than 60 distributors covering 87 countries reinforce the company’s reach.