Monday, November 18, 2013
TV@Work #2 - 11/18/13 - Video is the New Document
In this edition I talk with Vern Hanzlik, General Manager and EVP at Qumu, a NASDAQ-traded company that provides the tools businesses need to create, manage, secure, distribute and measure the success of their videos. I loved talking with Vern. He’s a tech industry warhorse with lots of interesting things to say about video in “the enterprise.” I got a big kick out of the technology industry vernacular, which doesn’t get in the way of Vern’s clear, straight talk about the power of video to engage people.
Until next time…..keep rolling!
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About our guest
Before joining Qumu, Vern Hanzlik was President of Team Informatics, a global enterprise solutions and technology company that collaborates with clients by providing products, services and support to put unstructured data to work. He was also president of Sajan Software LTD, and president of Sajan’s India operation. From August 2001 to March 2006, he directed all operations for Stellent, where he served as CEO, president and executive vice president.
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About Your Host
Ron Shewchuk Ron Shewchuk is a communications consultant, corporate video producer, podcaster and author of four books, including Writing and Editing the Internal Publication and Barbecue Secrets DELUXE!
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