Extensive commercial deployment experience brings a deep understanding of the technology as well as the human factors and operational requirements of digital television and advanced advertising systems. Relationships with key industry stakeholders and a history of success working with content providers, technology vendors, network engineers, and business teams ensures efficient project collaboration.


• Consumer Focused Solutions
• Market Adoption Plans
• Due Diligence
• Feasibility Studies & Prototyping

Product and Technology Strategy

The creation process requires passion and enthusiasm balanced by a savvy approach towards market adoption. What is the core value proposition? What economic, cultural and technology trends are in play? What existing solutions can be brought to bear and where are there gaps? Who stands to benefit, who stands to lose, and what incentives are possible to accelerate adoption? How can the business scale in an operationally efficient manner? These questions are at the heart of any successful strategy.


• Business Process Analysis
• Requirements Analysis
• System Architecture
• Data Analytics
• Cloud Computing

Solutions Architecture

A solution architecture is the blueprint that brings all elements of a system together. It should establish the terminology and technology framework and identify the primary stakeholders, subsystems, data models and interfaces so that teams can work independently toward a common solution. An agile, iterative approach to business process, requirements and architecture analysis can optimize time to market, reduce testing cycles and inject real-world customer feedback as early as possible in the development cycle.

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication — Leonardo da Vinci


• Stepwise Integration
• Test Automation
• Root Cause Analysis

System Integration

If not carefully designed, large system integrations can degrade into chaos, resulting in lengthy delays during the most critical phase of the project. Effective integration testing requires broad knowledge of the end-to-end workflow and a repeatable, stepwise approach that spans the entire product lifecycle.

Continuous Delivery patterns help break down the barriers between product management, development, test, and operations to create more effective product release cycles.  Years of real-world experience allows iBox Systems to anticipate problems and design integration models that shorten customer feedback loops, improve quality and engage the right resources at the right time.