SeaChange appoints digital media veteran Peter Faubert as CFO
Mr. Faubert brings the company over 15 years of finance leadership, including experience with software companies focused on video service providers, mobility and enterprise software.
Mr. Faubert most recently served as CFO for This Technology, Inc., a video advertising solutions provider to cable, telco and broadcast television operators, which was acquired by Comcast Corporation in 2015.
In addition to finance and accounting responsibilities, he oversaw that company's human resources, strategic planning, legal and facilities functions.
Mr. Faubert had previously served as CFO for mobile game publisher JNJ Mobile (d/b/a MocoSpace), where he established revenue sharing and billing agreements with U.S. mobile service providers.
Earlier, as CFO and Treasurer with Turbine, Inc., a privately-held video game developer in North America, Mr. Faubert established licensing and distribution agreements with leading gaming and entertainment brands globally. Turbine was acquired by Warner Brothers in 2010.
He has also held senior finance roles for software and technology providers including Vision Government Solutions, and publicly-traded companies including Ariba.
Earlier in his career, he worked in PricewaterhouseCoopers' mergers and acquisitions practice, and Deloitte & Touche's assurance and advisory services.
Mr. Faubert has been a Certified Public Accountant since 1996. He holds a B.S. in Business Administration, with concentrations in accounting and finance, from Northeastern University. He has served as a coach for the Entrepreneurship Development Program at the MIT Sloan School of Management since 2009.
Anthony Dias, who served as SeaChange's CFO, SVP and Treasurer since September 2013, resigned on July 6. ■
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