Organic Motion Appoints Chief Product Officer to Drive Disruptive Product Development
Evan Simeone to join Organic Motion as the new Chief Product Officer.
December 20, 2012 (Newswire.com) - Organic Motion, Inc., a leading developer of computer vision and motion capture systems, has announced that Evan Simeone has recently joined its executive team as Chief Product Officer. Evan is an accomplished innovator who has led product and engineering teams at numerous successful companies.
Most recently, Evan served as Vice President of Engineering at Operative Media, Inc. where he was responsible for new product innovation and helped launch Operative.One, the market leading ad business management platform.
Evan served as Chief Product Officer at Solbright, where he led the complete revamp of its Adsuite product line, the introduction of new data and analytics products, and the successful acquisition by Operative Media, Inc.
Leading the Product Management team at eMeta, Evan launched its SaaS platform, eRightsWEB, and helped drive the company's successful acquisition by Macrovision.
Evan led engineering and product teams at New York mobile startup ThinAirApps, where he was awarded key patents for wireless technology he invented, and helped lead the company to a successful acquisition by Palm, Inc.
According to Andrew Tschesnok, Founder and CEO of Organic Motion, Evan was hired to help bring the company's products to the next level. "When we were looking for an executive to drive a new series of disruptive product releases, we knew we needed a leader with a truly rare combination of product vision, market savvy and technical expertise. With Evan's proven skills and track record, we've found the perfect fit. Organic Motion has the opportunity to dramatically change the market, and Evan's leadership in developing great new products is a critical part of that."
Evan's leadership has already helped deliver the successful launch of Organic Motion's latest product releases, OpenStage 2 and Organic Motion LIVE™ (Live Interactive Virtual Environment), both of which were recently announced for general availability.
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