Xstream is expanding its operations with the opening of its office in Singapore.
The office will serve as the central hub for Xstream’s business development in the Asia-Pacific region.
The Asia-Pacific operations will be headed by Bob Morrison, director, Xstream Asia-Pacific. Bob is a known business strategist and brings a well-rounded experience to the table, encompassing business acquisition, developing rich customer and partner relationships, managing teams and the generation of profitable growth.
Most recently, he was the CEO at SporterPilot, a new media company that delivers hi-end interactive solutions for TV sports customers. Prior to that, he held senior positions at Starhome Mach and Zodiak television.
“I’m very excited to join the Xstream team and strengthen our presence in the Asia-Pacific region,” commented Morrison.
“Xstream has a simplistic yet effective approach towards approaching the market spearheaded by advancements in technology what will in turn offer customers easy access to groundbreaking innovative solutions backed by flexible, powerful and proven technology with a modular approach providing the ability to evolve, scale, customize, faster time to market and total cost control, making Xstream a very attractive partner for companies in the APAC region where time to market and innovative, flexible solutions are key drivers in the choice of internet TV provider.”
“Since the company launched in 1999, Xstream has pursued and focused on being an innovative and agile service provider, providing their customers with best-in-class technology to deliver Internet TV solutions, across all platforms and devices.” said Jan Dahms, CSO at Xstream.
“Xstream is the partner of choice for anyone who’s looking at gaining an edge in the tech battle that’s shaping the TV industry. We are excited to open a new office in the Asia- Pacific region and look forward to helping telcos, operators and media companies across the region to make the most of their video assets by increasing reach, time to market, driving more engagement and reduce churn”