Joe Rabah Appointed Managing Director of EMEA at RMG

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London – 09/01/18 – RMG Networks Holding Corporation (NASDAQ: RMGN), or RMG, a global leader in technology-driven visual communications, today announced that Joe Rabah will take on the role of managing director across the whole of the EMEA region.

Previously responsible for the Middle East Division since 2009, Rabah has been appointed managing director of EMEA in a move to streamline both markets, increase efficiencies for the business and deliver innovative ways of working across the board.

Rabah has spent the majority of his career with RMG and been with the business over 21 years, in various roles such as director of product management, senior vice president of product solutions and innovation and managing director of the Middle East. He has a strong combination of business and technical expertise to help ensure RMG maximises the digital signage opportunities available across both the Middle East and Europe.   

 “This is a really exciting time for us at RMG, with our recent launch of CMS platform Korbyt and employee mobile solution KorbytGO, and I’m really happy to be exploring opportunities for all of our products across both regions,” Rabah said. “My career at RMG has presented me with many opportunities and I am delighted to take on more responsibility in the company as my role evolves. I am looking forward to moving things forward for RMG in 2018 and anticipating an exciting period of growth ahead.”

“We have every confidence in Joe’s ability to run the EMEA operation.,” said Robert Michelson, Chief Executive Officer and President of RMG. “Not only have his teams consistently exceeded financial objectives that have been set, but, perhaps more importantly, they have provided solutions that have delighted our customers and resulted in exemplary levels of customer satisfaction.”

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About RMG

RMG goes beyond traditional communications to help businesses increase productivity, efficiency and engagement through digital messaging. By combining best-in-class software, hardware, business applications and services, RMG offers a single point of accountability for integrated data visualization and real-time performance management. The company is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with additional offices in the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates. For more information, visit www.rmgnetworks.com.

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