CLIPr, a video analysis and management (VAM) platform using AI and machine learning to index video content to help people save time and reduce video fatigue, announced that former Amazon and Apple EMEA executive, Diego Piacentini, will join the company’s advisory board. Diego will assist in strategic and product guidance, as well as the international expansion of CLIPr’s platform.
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“I’m thrilled to join CLIPr and help their executive team transform how people consume and engage with video content”
“I’m thrilled to join CLIPr and help their executive team transform how people consume and engage with video content,” said Piacentini. “CLIPr’s platform will significantly help enterprises, event organizations, educational institutions, media publishers, and even public administrations manage the exponential growth of communication via video content. CLIPr is making it faster, easier and more accurate to surface the learning and entertainment moments that matter the most, allowing viewers to save thousands of hours in their busy lives.”
Diego has been a renowned technology business leader for over 30 years. He is currently – among several activities – a senior advisor at KKR and a non-executive member of the Economist Group’s Board of Directors. Prior to this, he was the SVP of International Consumer Business at Amazon for over 16 years, and the general manager of Apple EMEA during their transformative years. Diego was also the Italian Government Commissioner for Digital Transformation, helping Italy to accelerate the modernization of its public administration.
“We are excited to add Diego’s decades of disruptive technology business experience to our team, helping drive product strategy and development within the company,” said Humphrey Chen, CEO of CLIPr. “His leadership will further drive CLIPr’s momentum and help us quickly expand into international markets.”
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