Exterity welcomes Stephen Tsui as Regional Manager, Asia
Exterity has appointed Stephen Tsui as Regional Manager, Asia
Edinburgh, 22 November 2017 – Exterity, a leading provider of IP video and digital signage technologies, today announced that it has appointed Stephen Tsui as Regional Manager, Asia. Based in Hong Kong, Tsui reports into Jamie Hind, Regional Director – Asia Pacific at Exterity.
Tsui is responsible for managing sales and business development in the region, working alongside Exterity’s partners. Tsui is an expert in digital media technology, having spent 11 years in a regional sales role for Contentwise, D3 Technologies, Minerva Networks, Viaccess-Orca, Verizon Business and more. A specialist of the AV/IT/IP convergence, Tsui started his career in telecom and networking solutions before moving on to the digital media industry. Tsui is a Hong Kong national, has a bachelor degree in computer science, and speaks Cantonese, Mandarin and English fluently.
“Asia Pacific is one of the fastest evolving markets for IP video and digital signage and it’s a region in which we have been investing heavily for some time. While we strive to develop solutions that respond to current and upcoming market requirements, it is fundamental for us to also offer high quality, local support and insight,” said Colin Farquhar, CEO at Exterity. “We are delighted to welcome Stephen to the growing Exterity family. Stephen brings an in depth understanding of the market, which will help us to continue building strong relationships with our partners and customers, ensuring that they get the very best local support available as we continue to expand.”
Exterity has a global presence with customers in multiple sectors including corporate & finance, education, hospitality, stadiums & venues and more. Exterity customers include BAI Hotel Cebu, Bank of China (Hong Kong), Hang Seng Management School, Hong Kong Baptist University, HSBC, Nomura Bank, Okada Manila Resort, The Open, Phoenix TV Beijing, PSV Eindhoven, Sanofi, the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), Television New Zealand, Thomson Reuters, University of Surrey, University of Sydney, University of Western Australia, and many more.