EditShare, a technology player that specializes in collaboration, security, and intelligent storage solutions for media creation and management, has expanded its APAC operations to include a new office in Singapore, led by EditShare’s newly appointed Vice President of Sales for APAC, Alan Dishington. With strategic oversight of the region’s sales professionals, channel partners, and key accounts, Alan will steer EditShare’s business success with an emphasis on customer enablement and experience. Through his vast experience leading business development for Tivo, Accenture and Cisco across the region, Alan brings a deep understanding of the media industry and its trajectory towards cloud-based solutions to the EditShare APAC sales operation.
In addition to the appointment of Alan, EditShare is expanding its on-the-ground presence with the addition of Tze Ming Ng, in the role of regional sales manager, and William Tay, in the role of pre-sales engineer for APAC. These new roles will support EditShare’s growing customer base in the region, which includes media giant Tencent Video, the Beijing Film Academy, and NHK, as well as the region’s growing demand for remote production solutions.
“We compete on a global stage and want EditShare to be our customers’ first choice. That means building world-class, open software supported by well-prepared leaders who create a customer experience that is second to none,” states Rob Adams, vice president of worldwide sales, EditShare. “Alan, Tze Ming, and William bring a passion for excellence with a body of knowledge that puts our customers in the very best position when it comes to transforming and making the most of their media operations.”
Tze Ming brings to EditShare vast experience in business development with special focus on media and cloud solution sales, having led similar roles for companies including NTT, InfoFabric, Pebble Beach Systems and The Media Village. Also well versed in the media market, William comes to EditShare with experience in system integration, support and delivery as well as training, working for Mediagenix NG, Software Generation Limited, and Avid.
Establishing EditShare’s new Singapore office as a regional hub comes on the heels of its resource expansion into China with on the ground presence in Beijing and technology advancements deploying EditShare customer workflows to run in Tencent Cloud, one of Asia’s biggest cloud providers. Adams states, “Asia is a strategic market for EditShare. Having a knowledgeable team on the ground enables us to better serve our partners and customers business needs. EditShare will continue to invest in local resources across the region.”
The appointments of Alan Dishington, Tze Ming and William Tay are effective immediately.