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ThinkAnalytics appoints Samir Narsiker as Vice President, Business Development

04-July-2017
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ThinkAnalytics appoints Samir Narsiker as Vice President, Business Development


ThinkAnalytics, a developer of the world’s most widely deployed TV search and recommendations engine, recently announced that it is strengthening its presence in India with the appointment of Samir Narsiker as Vice President to head up the business development activities in India and neighbouring countries.


ThinkAnalytics already has a global R&D team in Pune. Based out of Mumbai, Narsiker will report to Alan Dishington, Senior Vice President, APAC region, based in Singapore.


Narsiker is a seasoned industry professional with a proven track record. Prior to joining ThinkAnalytics, he was Director of Business Development at TiVo/Rovi. He has also held senior positions at Ericsson, Cisco, NDS, Dish TV and Zee TV Group.


“We already have a substantial number of customers in India. With Narsiker spearheading our efforts locally we are anticipating even stronger growth. In particular, Narsiker will be responsible for expanding Thinkanalytics Search and Recommendations platform and the leading ThinkInsight customer and video insight platform to local TV and video providers,” said Peter Docherty, Founder and Chief Technology Officer, ThinkAnalytics.

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