STRATACACHE last week announced the recent hire of Kenneth Boyle, as SVP of Strategic Operations.
Ken will be responsible for the development and management of key strategic initiatives for the global growth and sustainability of STRATACACHE, with his primary focus on Latin America.
“Ken will be a great asset to our company, with our growing presence in Latin America and Ken’s impressive strategic background,” said Chris Riegel, STRATACACHE CEO. “We look forward to his expertise in assessing and developing new business opportunities and alliances to aid in STRATACACHE’s ongoing growth.”
Ken has an extensive broadcast and media background which began when he founded his own technology and communications company in New York to provide live broadcast transmission and production services for entertainment, corporate and government clients.
He joined his largest client, Private Satellite Network, to deploy the IBM Television Network and to drive the live event business for key clients such as Microsoft. Ken moved to Atlanta when PSN was acquired by Convergent, a media and technology firm. He lead Macquarium Intelligent Communications and Fathom Studios, an interactive agency and 3D production studio for several years before returning to Convergent to develop a new digital media workflow platform – PRODOKOL, built on STRATACACHE’s ActiVia software suite.
In addition, as SVP of Strategy, he guided the overall corporate strategy for Convergent in its initial sale to Technicolor in 2006, then finally to Sony in 2010, where PRODOKOL became the standard digital signage platform for the company. After leaving Sony in 2012, Kenneth formed Viosity, a strategic media and technology consultancy firm.