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June 7, 2019, 10:15 am
Southwest Region Team Expands as Engagements with Studios, Gaming Industry Grow
Systems, the industry’s
leading workflow solutions architects and services group for highly advanced
technology systems in media and entertainment, announced today that industry
veteran Amy Lounsbury has joined the company’s Southwest team. Lounsbury will
serve as Director of Business Development for the region.
“Amy brings deep industry expertise
and technical understanding to our Los Angeles-based operations,” says CEO
Jason Paquin. “Her trend-spotting capabilities, problem solving orientation,
and long-term perspective will help our customers take advantage of new
technologies, and plan for the future.”
In the newly created role, Lounsbury
will focus on guiding media-centric companies in developing efficient, scalable
workflow solutions with an eye toward ongoing growth.
Lounsbury joins Chesapeake after
four years as an Enterprise Account Manager at Diversified. She is active in
the Hollywood Professional Association (HPA), including its Women in Post
initiative, and in MESA’s Women in Technology, Hollywood section. She joined
the industry 13 years ago during a disruptive and evolutionary time of
transition from DVD to streaming and VOD and has been integrally involved in
technological changes since that time. Early on, she worked with studios’ home
media divisions and their changing distribution methods. Lounsbury’s interest
in asset management’s importance to stakeholders was piqued during that time,
leading her to help launch DAM conferences in Los Angeles, New York City, and
Amsterdam for Media & Entertainment. She ultimately segued into helping
clients with technical solutions to creative challenges.
“Over time, I became increasingly
interested in analyzing client challenges and finding the best solutions in a
constantly evolving landscape,” notes Lounsbury. “I find the process to be
intellectually engaging and personally rewarding. Chesapeake’s ability to
understand the creative perspective and the business imperative is truly rare,
and I’m excited to bring that vision to customers.”
Lounsbury’s appointment follows the
hiring of two key personnel for the Northeast region late last year, Peter
Price and Chris May. She will work closely with LA-based Senior Systems
Engineer Drew Hall and Account Manager Sarah Shechner.
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