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Quantel Appoints Neil Maycock VP, Product Strategy

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Neil Maycock
Neil Maycock

Quantel announced the appointment of Neil Maycock as VP, product strategy. In his new position, Maycock will be responsible for all Quantel product management across news and sports, production and postproduction.

He will oversee strategic product development, and build on the opportunities created by the merger of Quantel and Snell technologies.

An electronic engineering graduate, Maycock began his career with Pro-Bel as a software developer. In the 25 years since then he has held a number of senior roles in R&D, sales and marketing, most recently as chief marketing officer and then chief architect at Snell.

“There is a great opportunity for the combined company with Quantel and Snell’s unique technologies to create a major new force in our industry that gives our customers the products and workflows they need to succeed across every aspect of their operations,” said Maycock. “I’m looking forward to accelerating that process, making the most of the culture of innovation here to drive success – for our customers and our company.”

“Neil is a great asset to the Quantel team,” said Steve Owen, Quantel marketing director. “His depth of experience and industry knowledge, combined with his drive and enthusiasm, will play a major role in the continuing growth and success of Quantel.”

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