A series of strategic appointments has been made by Aspera (News - Alert), Inc. to support further EMEA expansion across a range of industries – media, entertainment, life sciences, financial services and enterprise IT.
The company has appointed Glenn Broere as sales manager for UK & Ireland, and Lisa Borga as marketing manager EMEA, and has promoted Andrea Di Muzio to senior solutions architect EMEA.
These appointments are expected to support accelerating demand for Aspera’s products and technology and drive further EMEA development.
Glenn brings over ten years of sales experience and a talent for securing global strategic relationships to Aspera, having held various sales management positions at successful businesses.
Andrea will use his 12 years of software experience to lead professional services activities in the EMEA region and provide professional services fulfillment in the form of creating and implementing customized solutions. In his new role, he will work alongside the sales and service engagement teams, perform requirements discovery and analysis, scope professional services engagements and help craft proposals.
Company officials noted that Aspera software has rapidly become the gold standard in Europe for professionals within the media and entertainment, life sciences and information technology sectors.
“We’ve been operating in Europe for six years and our customer base is rapidly growing,” said Bruce Brewer, European sales director, Aspera, in a statement.
Brewer said that the global demand for reliable and efficient data transfer solutions is being driven by major businesses expecting to be able to access, manage and use their data immediately, reliably and without restrictions.
This year has also seen the launch of Aspera’s next-generation transfer platform, fasp 3. The new product extends the performance and flexibility of the Aspera software environment to support high-speed data transfer and automation scenarios in industries that rely on the exchange, processing, storage and distribution of big data.