CONNECT, a software technology company that develops and commercializes a unified, enterprise Monitoring and Control platform for modern broadcasters and media powerhouses in TV, radio, satellite and telco, is happy to announce the arrival of two new hires who are consolidating its worldwide presence.
Patrick’s appointment enriches the Company’s sales team, strengthening customer relationships as well as expanding its global coverage across a very strategic region for the company.
“I am delighted to join CONNECT at this juncture to grow business across Europe utilizing my extensive contacts across the territory,” says Patrick.
Steeve Ratna, Project & Support Engineer, joined the company in June 2019. His expertise as a business analyst and project manager is acquired across his highly diverse experience working for companies such as Canon, Carrefour (a French consumer goods giant), Banque Populaire, and the Paris Police. Fresh back from 1 year in Thailand, Steeve will be located at CONNECT’s new office in San Francisco, USA where the company enjoys a growing customer base. His mission is to manage the technical deployment of the KYBIO Media software across the United States and to offer local customer support in the Bay Area.
“It’s a huge opportunity to work and develop the company from and for the US. I am eager to increase brand awareness and introduce media companies here in the US to our company’s powerful Monitoring & Control platform,” says Steeve Ratna when asked how he feels about joining the team.
With these new arrivals, the company continues to consolidate its international presence and efforts to meet the local needs of its customers worldwide.
Mathieu Yerle, Director of Sales & Product Strategy, commented: “We are very pleased to welcome two new members as part of our growing international team. Patrick brings a wealth of experience and market expertise that will help us accelerate our mission across Europe. Steeve will be instrumental in delivering new complex projects recently signed in the United States.”