Interview with Sam Bogoch – CEO of Axle Video

Sam Bogoch,, dave ginsberg, consulting, cloud migration, digital asset management, workflow design, technology updates, Open Stack, user centric solutions, interviews, industry leaders, best practices, editing, DAM, MAM, SAN, NAS, SAAS, PAAS, technology solutionsSam Bogoch is the CEO of Axle Video, a Boston-based software company debuting its product at this year’s IBC conference in Amsterdam, September 7th-11th.

Sam was previously at Avid, where he served at Director-level roles in business development, product management, and product design overseeing Avid’s industry-leading Interplay media asset management products. During his five years there, the Interplay business grew from approximately 100 completed installations to more than 1,200 sites, its annual revenues grew dramatically, and Frost and Sullivan named Avid the leader in market share across the DAM and MAM space.

Prior to joining Avid, Sam had over 15 years’ experience in systems design for the graphics and video industries. Prior to joining Avid, Sam was CEO of Torque Systems, a systems integrator focused on media asset management and tiered storage systems for the entertainment and graphic arts industries in North America.  At Torque, he and his team pioneered the use of pioneering digital asset management systems such as MediaBank, MediaBeacon and Telescope. Sam was also the co-founder of SeeFile Software, a developer of lightweight web based digital asset management software for the photo and print industries.

Sam has been a featured speaker at Government Video Expo, HD World, PMA, Seybold Seminars and other industry events, and has received awards including being named one of Electronic Publishing’s Minds on the Millennium, and the Sandoz Award for bioengineering research work.  Sam obtained his undergraduate degree in Physics and Chemistry at Harvard, and has an MD degree from Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons.

In our chat with Sam we talk about how the iPad has harmed troubleshooting knowledge, why MAM interfaces from 10 years ago scare users and how the importance of sharing information even in small productions is paramount.

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