DENVER Colorado – AdGorilla, LLC announced today that they are adding one of the industry’s premiere technical talents to their team to head up their product development efforts. Jason Canney joins AdGorilla as Chief Technology Officer and will oversee the design and execution of new products under the AdGorilla GEAR division, as well as updates and maintenance for their SSP Quantum™ line of advertising insertion software and equipment.
Jason comes to AdGorilla from Canoe Ventures where he was Vice President of Architecture and Engineering, responsible as the Chief Architect in defining all System, Software and Data Architecture for the company. Mr. Canney directed the development of ideas from concept through the agile development process and into production. He also managed the R&D program for the company which defined and submitted over thirty-five patent applications, (15 of his own) in the field of Advanced Advertising.
Mr. Canney has over 25 years of experience defining technology and leading software development organizations. His passion is defining technological solutions to define and shape industries, and he has a broad knowledge base in the video delivery and advertising technology spaces. He will leverage this experience to keep AdGorilla at the forefront of video and advertising technology.
Jason says of joining the AdGorilla team, “I am very excited about this opportunity because AdGorilla’s video insertion software stands out as exceptional in the marketplace. Having the opportunity to direct their efforts in developing new products that can revolutionize the video delivery industry fits my talents and experience perfectly.”
“Jason is an amazing technical talent. He brings a wealth of innovative software development experience and advertising technology expertise to the company,” said Dan Ryan, CEO and Founder of AdGorilla. “We are thrilled to have him on the team, and his addition is an important part of AdGorilla’s commitment to our software and product development capabilities.”
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