Solid State Logic announces three key new appointments to its product management team as part of its strategy to accelerate the development of new products and updates for current ones.
John Hourihane is the new director of product management for SSL and becomes part of the senior management team. He has extensive experience in product management with Harman Professional, Gibson Brands, Stanton Group, and iZotope. Hourihane will oversee product management for all three of SSL’s primary markets - studio, broadcast, and live.
Richard Ferriday joins SSL as product manager, live. Previously with LMC, Midas Klark Teknik, and Cadac, Ferriday is well known as an innovator in live sound technology and will continue to develop SSL’s growing Live product range. Ferriday teams up with Nathan Hernando who, as business development manager, has done much to develop SSL’s Live business.
Andy Jackson returns to SSL as product manager, studios. Jackson brings valuable studio experience to the role as a successful producer/engineer, and already has pedigree with SSL as product specialist and product manager in the studio market.
Richard Ferriday, Andy Jackson and Tom Knowles (product manager, broadcast systems), will report to John Hourihane.
Antony David, managing director of Solid State Logic comments: “SSL’s R&D team, now more than 50-strong, has been steadily growing and these new appointments expand our product management capabilities to keep pace with this growth.”
“These appointments renew and reaffirm our commitment and responsibilities to every SSL customer by invigorating and accelerating product innovation and development. John, Richard, and Andy bring valuable, rich, and varied expertise to the company, and therefore to our products and our customers, who can expect more exciting innovation to be central to SSL’s continuing success.”
Solid State Logic is continuing to recruit exceptional people from all over the world to join its R&D and Product Test teams. For more details, visit the SSL jobs page here.
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