SeaChange to Participate in March Investment Conferences
ACTON, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- SeaChange International (NAS: SEAC) , a leading global multi-screen video software innovator, announced that Chief Executive Officer Raghu Rau will participate in Northland Capital Markets' 2013 Technology Conference in New York City on Wednesday, March 13th and the 25th Annual ROTH Conference in Dana Point, Calif., March 17-20. Mr. Rau's presentation at the ROTH conference will be available live via webcast, as well as archived replay, on the investor relations section of SeaChange's web site.
RaghuRau, CEO, SeaChange International
Webcast presentation from the 25th Annual ROTH Conference
Monday, March 18 at 12:00 p.m. PT (3:00 p.m. ET)
About SeaChange International
Ranked among the top 250 software companies in the world, SeaChange International (NAS: SEAC) enables transformative multi-screen video services through open, cloud-based, intelligent software solutions trusted by cable, IPTV and mobile operators globally. Personalized and fully monetized video experiences anytime on any device, in the home and everywhere, are the product of the Company's superior video platform, advertising and in-home offerings.
SeaChange's hundreds of customers are many of the world's most powerful media brands including all major cable operators in the Americas and Europe, and the largest telecom companies in the world. Headquartered in Acton, Massachusetts, SeaChange is TL 9000 certified and has product development, support and sales offices around the world. Visit www.schange.com.
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