The Seervision Team and interns all together on a rooftop in Zurich

Can you tell us a little about your role as Product Manager at Seervision?

I am a part of the Product team here at Seervision, and currently work as a Product Manager for the Seervision Suite. My main responsibility is ensuring that our products are aligned with our vision to make live video production effortless. I engage a lot with both our customers and our development team, so that we can guarantee that their needs are always directly reflected in our products and their features. I’ve been with Seervision from early on, since 2017, first as a robotics intern, then as an engineer in the development team, and now I’m with Product. I really know the Seervision Suite and I’m dedicated to its continued success.

What’s an average day like for you at Seervision?

My days normally start pretty early, since the 2 hours in the morning are the most productive for me, addressing emails and catching up with my tasks of the day. The early morning tends to be quite peaceful at the office so I take the time to get some focused work done. After that comes a mix of internal meetings, customer discussions and when I can I really like participating in demos together without our business team to get insights from our customer first hand. The office isn’t as busy as it used to be with a lot of people working from home, so when there’s a few people lunch turns into a big group event. Most of the rest of the day continues with addressing all the different tasks for discovering new features or enhancing existing ones.

Are there any customer projects you have been particularly excited about? Any that you’re looking forward to?

Most of our discussions are happening under NDA, but I am really excited about joint projects with our partner network. We are establishing our reach to the proAV industry with strategic partnerships with companies like Diversified. We are currently involved in some projects that will help us to expand beyond the proAV and the broadcast industries and I have to say they are super exciting.

What do you look forward to the most when you come to work?

We have so many great discussions with different people across the proAV and broadcast industries. Whenever we talk to existing or potential customers it’s great to see them realising all of the potential our solution can bring to their existing workflows. It’s also very satisfying to get requests for features and updates we are already working on. It tells us that we’re on the right track with our product roadmap and are focused on our customers’ needs.

Which technology are you most interested in seeing the video industry using in the future?

I’m a big fan of tools that further enable effortless and distributed productions. Everything that is released that helps us move towards using the cloud to process video feeds is great. We recently released our integration with NDI, a tool which allows for wireless transmission of video feeds, which is a serious step in the industry. 5G should also help us progress in this area, so it’s a super exciting time to be a part of innovation in the video production industry.

What do you get up to when you’re not at Seervision?

I love photography. I mostly do landscapes and street photography and Switzerland is an amazing place for that. During the weekends you will mostly find me in a train traveling around in order to get the perfect picture. Embracing my Greek side, I also love the sea (which unfortunately Switzerland does not have) and I try to travel as much as I am able to and be near it.