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 the hiring of Durk Stelter as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). In his role, Stelter will lead sales, services, and marketing teams and be responsible for all revenue-generating activities, as well as operationalize CLIPr’s vision and strategy to scale the company quickly and accelerate growth.
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“We’ve made significant traction since founding the company in 2020, including landing major customers and partners across industries. Now the time has come to have a dedicated individual to build upon our momentum and get our game-changing technology into the hands of more enterprises and event organizers.”
“We couldn’t be more excited to welcome Durk to the CLIPr team and help continue to expand our innovative video analysis and management platform to the events and enterprise industries,” said Humphrey Chen, CEO of CLIPr. “We’ve made significant traction since founding the company in 2020, including landing major customers and partners across industries. Now the time has come to have a dedicated individual to build upon our momentum and get our game-changing technology into the hands of more enterprises and event organizers.”
Stelter brings over 30 years experience across telecommunication and artificial intelligence industries. He’s held C-Level positions in revenue, operations and technology, including CRO of Linc Global, an AI-driven customer experience automation platform. Prior to that, he was the CRO for Pypestream, a conversational AI platform for connecting businesses with customers. Stelter received his Bachelor of Science in Technical Management from the University of California, Davis.
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“I’m thrilled to join the CLIPr team and be part of a truly innovative AI application to help make the growing footprint of video content more digestible and useful for viewers,” said Stelter. “CLIPr has a vast potential and solves a pervasive challenge. My experience working for many burgeoning and successful AI startups will translate very well to this new role where it’s not just about driving top-line revenue growth but also developing creative new use cases for the technology within companies.”