Enseo, a company that helps hotels bring WiFi and OTT services to their guests, has made several executive changes, led off by the hiring of Omar Khan as president.
Enseo said Khan will spearhead operational expansion and key technology investments for the company. He most recently was president and COO of Round Room LLC, a privately held holding company, and spent three years as co-CEO of NQ Mobile, a provider of mobile gaming, mobile live video and mobile productivity applications. He joined NQ Mobile from Citigroup and is also late of Samsung Mobile.
Enseo also hired Kristin Reichert as CFO, and promoted David Simpson to chief product officer.
Reichert previously was CFO of Zimbra, the email specialist that was sold to Synacor in 2015, and was the controller of Skywire Software.
Prior to his promotion, Simpson was EVP of product strategy at Enseo.
“As the digital media and technology landscape evolves to keep up with consumer needs, Enseo is doubling down to maintain its leadership in delivering solutions our customers can easily implement to remain competitive,” Enseo CEO Vanessa Ogle said in a statement. “Bringing Omar, Kristin and David together as part of the executive team was perfect timing as Enseo prepares solutions for its next phase of growth.”
Enseo’s platform focuses on guestroom entertainment, WiFi, hotel branding, remote monitoring and management, and digital signage. Enseo, which says it manages systems and networks that reach 44 million guests, also has a license to integrate and offer OTT services such as Netflix, Pandora, YouTube, Hulu and Crackle.