Video app specialist You.i TV hires new CFO

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You.i TV CEO and co-founder Jason Flick (second from left). (You.i TV)

You.i TV, a company specializing in video app experience platforms, today announced that Ken Taylor has joined the company as chief financial officer.

Taylor comes to You.i after holding similar positions at March Networks, Proshred, BTI Systems, Yellow Pages, Optiva and the Ottawa Senators as well as serving as a chair of Audit and Governance Committees at Sandvine. He’ll be tasked with creating and executing financial strategies to help the company further expand.

Taylor’s hire comes shortly after You.i brought on a new vice president of product engineering, Ken Beaton. Beaton joins You.i after years at Adobe where he led the product development and cloud operations for Adobe’s Campaign and Experience Manager Mobile solutions.

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“Companies that succeed on the global stage combine product innovation and technical excellence with a firm foundation of strategic financial management,” said Jason Flick, co-founder and CEO of You.i TV, in a statement. “Ken Taylor’s unparalleled track record as a strategic financial advisor and Ken Beaton’s storied background in scaling premium development solutions strengthens our core capabilities as we continue to grow and expand globally.”

“You.i TV has established itself as a company at the top of the cross-platform tools development food chain with great opportunity for further growth,” said Taylor. “I’m looking forward to delivering on the company’s mission of reaching more customers around the world with strategic financial investment that facilitates strong, calculated international expansion.”

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