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Bruno Munger Joins ALT Systems

February 18, 2011 | By

Brian Munger

ALT Systems, a full service systems integrator and workflow solutions provider, has appointed Bruno Munger as director of technical sales. Munger will collaborate with ALT Systems’ customers to design workflow systems, integrate hardware and software, and adapt technical infrastructures for the most demanding postproduction and visual effects work. His new position is effective immediately.

“Bruno Munger possesses a rare combination of talents – inventive designer, business-savvy technologist, dynamic leader and passionate customer advocate,” says Jon Guess, president of ALT Systems. “Since ALT Systems was founded in 1995, we have been dedicated to offering expert advice, client support and training. Bruno brings a new skill set to our long-standing, solid business offerings, as well as elevates the growth potential of what we can offer current and future clients.”

Munger comes to ALT Systems with over 17 years of experience in the media and entertainment industry, with specialties in workflow design for file-based image capture, file-based image digital delivery, and 2D/3D digital intermediate. He has been involved in product management for industry-leading companies such as Digital Vision, Autodesk, MTI, and Snell & Wilcox.

With over 12 years in software development, Munger is probably best known for his work for Autodesk Lustre and Nucoda Film Master. He joined Autodesk in early 2003 and successfully helped the North American sales team significantly increase market share for Lustre. In 2005, he moved on to product management. As a member of the R&D team, Bruno was invaluable in helping the product grow from a handful of clients to an industry standard, working closely with customers as their digital intermediate offerings were taking form. In 2009, he joined Digital Vision to help expand their market share and transport the Nucoda product line to broadcast and episodic television.

In his new role, Munger will work closely with facility engineers and managers, colorists, editors and VFX supervisors to find workflow and systems that manage today’s myriad of digital acquisition formats and postproduction requirements.

“As pre-production, pre viz, post production, and visual effects timelines and tools intermingle, there is a growing need in the production and postproduction community for experts to help plan the route and pave the way,” said Munger.

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