ACCESS Europe looks to new COO to spearhead multiscreen

ACCESS, a global provider of advanced software technologies to the mobile, beyond-PC and digital TV markets, today announced the appointment of Dr. Neale Foster as Chief Operating Officer of ACCESS Europe. Foster retains his previous role as VP Global Sales TV at ACCESS Europe, where he guided the company towards becoming a key player in the multiscreen market.

During his five years at ACCESS, Foster has enabled the company to devise and deploy multiscreen-centric technologies catering to the broadcasters’, operators’ and CE manufacturers’ requirements. Becoming COO and VP Global Sales TV of ACCESS Europe enables Foster to further leverage his expertise in broadcast, connected TV and consumer electronics to lead the next generation of multiscreen software developments.

Prior to joining ACCESS, Neale was Director of Business Development at Miniweb. Before that, he was Vice-President of Channel Sales and Business Development at Espial, where he spent seven years and was a driving force behind establishing Espial’s leadership in IPTV. Neale has over 15 years of technical and commercial experience in the consumer and software market.

“ACCESS has always been a forward thinking company, and has shown countless times that it can adapt to new developments in the consumer electronics and media distribution industries,” comments Foster. “As COO and VP Global Sales TV of ACCESS Europe, I will ensure that we continue to provide the solutions our customers need to succeed in multiscreen and TV Everywhere.”


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