Expansion of Managed Services Unit Now Delivers Complete 360 Offering
Christie®, the global leader in visual displays and audio technologies, today announced the formal launch of Christie Global Professional Services, a new group whose integrated services expands Christie’s long-standing Managed Services’ offerings to a single, full-service delivery function capable of supporting diverse visual and experiential digital installations globally.
Sean James becomes Vice President of Global Professional Services responsible for the growth and personalization of this new global offering for Christie’s clients and partners. James has been with Christie for 17 years and will continue to report to Christie CEO Jack Kline.
“Since Sean started here 17 years ago he has played a key role in driving Christie’s expansion in the industry; enhancing Christie’s reputation as a leading systems integrator and service provider. I am confident that Sean and his expanded team will continue to advance Christie’s breadth of solutions to help our customers create the world’s best shared experiences,” said Kline.
Reporting to James include Denys Lavigne, senior director, Experience Strategy and Creative Services, who joins Christie from the newly acquired Arsenal Media; Larry Paul, senior director, Technology and Custom Solutions; Josh Kolbeck, director of Global Solutions Fulfillment; Tom Schwartz, senior director, Managed Services; Doug Cabell, senior manager, IT Systems Engineering; John King, training manager, and Kevin Romano, senior director, Ad-Based Networks, who will lead Christie’s media sales initiative.
The Global Professional Services unit will deliver Digital Strategy, Full Solution Design and Delivery, Creative Services, Interactive Development, Network Monetization, Monitoring and Customer Support. It encompasses three main groups:
Global Professional Services has been responsible for the development of digital projects for clients such as Barneys New York, Carmike, Caterpillar, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Cineplex, The Walt Disney Company, Miami Dolphins, Nielsen, Sun Life Financial and Viacom.