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Press Release - Imagen appoints Brie Pegum as VP Product


London, UK – 14 October 2019 – Imagen, the leading SaaS video management platform business, has appointed Brie Pegum as VP Product.

Pegum will oversee the enhancement and positioning of Imagen’s video management platform, which helps sports organisations, media companies and businesses unlock the value of their ever-growing video libraries.

She brings a wealth of experience in managing product strategy and operations in high-growthtech companies, spanning the APAC, EMEA, LATAM and US markets. Prior to joining Imagen, Brie was Global Director, Product Management at ProQuest, where she delivered market-driven products and solutions and developed innovative value propositions for a global customer base.

Charlie Horrell, Imagen CEO, commented: “Brie’s experience in scaling product and design for high growth is a great asset for the company. We have an extensive product roadmap in place and are looking forward to working with Brie on taking our platform to the next level.”

On her appointment, Pegum added: “I’m very excited to join Imagen at this pivotal time. As the demand for video continues to grow exponentially, Imagen continues to bring a unique and far-reaching solution to a world-class customer base. Our ambition is to continue to deliver outstanding solutions for our clients and grow Imagen’s position as an industry leader in the video management field.”

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About Imagen

Imagen is an intuitive video management platform that enables sports organisations, media companies and enterprise sectors to intelligently manage their video content with enhanced functionality, control, and insight. Imagen is being used by global organisations to manage and distribute their expanding video and media libraries – enabling fast, easy, secure and controlled access to content through the highly customisable platform.

Imagen’s customers include The Premier League, World Tennis Association, BP, Reuters, BBC and IMG, part of Endeavor. The secure platform is also used by the Ministry of Defence, and preserves archive collections for Imperial War Museums, the British Library and the BFI.

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