Neil Morgan; 30+ Year In Flight Entertainment Veteran Joins VTS as Vice President of Sales


Syosset, New York | June 24, 2016– VTS (Video Technology Services) today announced that Neil Morgan has joined the VTS team as Vice President of Sales.

“I have known the principals of VTS for thirty years and have always been impressed with the quality of IFE products, equipment, software and their unique engineering ability to solve airline IFE problems. Now with their latest innovations in 20 lb. streaming systems, seatback system retrofitting and true plug and play videotape to digital drive conversion with 35,000 MTBF, I am excited because they have the kind of affordable equipment, financing and other programs that any airline can afford today…thus making our sales job much easier than any other company that comes to mind.” Neil Morgan said.

Neil Morgan is a 30-year veteran of the IFE industry. He began his IFE career in 1980 as a Service Technician with Bell & Howell’s Avicom Division and later became the firm’s European Service Manager. He has held many, varied roles in the IFEC industry, working for, and representing: Avicom International; Matsushita Avionics Development Corporation; Jetphone; Hollingsead International; TNCi; IEC International; Rockwell Collins, The IMS Company and Thales UK.

According to Andres Sierra, Founder of VTS, “Neil has been a respected executive that we have known since 16mm projector days. We are very proud to have Neil on board to help us introduce our entire line of new and affordable IFE solutions.”

“Over the last thirty years we have listened carefully to the needs of our worldwide airline clients, which most often have to do with improving and maintaining aging airline IFE systems at a cost that airlines can afford. That has led to three breakthrough solutions: Plug and Play Affordable Videotape to Digital Conversion, VTS IFE Seatback Retrofit and Upgrade Systems and VTS In Flight Entertainment super lightweight and simple Streaming System to VTS touch screen seat back displays or passengers’ devices.”

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