AI tool maker heads to Asia, signing deal with Gamebase and appointing David Brameas to handle sales.
Saarbrücken/Quierschied, Germany – March 10, 2010 – xaitment GmbH / Inc., the leading AI game tool provider for the computer games and simulations industries, today announced that it has appointed David Brameas VP of Sales for Asia and is partnering with Gamebase as master reseller and customer support provider for xaitment’s AI game tools in South Korea. Brame and Gamebase officially began with xaitment on January 1st and together they will make up the sales force responsible for expanding xaitment’s activities in Asia.
Brame joins xaitment with more than 33 years of sales experience, specializing in the sale of game middleware technologies throughout Asia. Brame, who has numerous business contacts in Asia, will coordinate the partnership with Gamebase. Brame is based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and will report to xaitment’s Group CEO Dr. Andreas Gerber and Markus Schneider, Executive VP of Sales for the Americas and Asia.
Gamebase brings more than 12 years of industry experience as a master reseller to the partnership with xaitment and specializes in marketing to game developers and publishers in Korea. Gamebase will handle marketing, sales and provide customer support for xaitment’s graphical AI game tools, along with translating and distributing press releases. Gamebase is based in Seoul and will communicate directly with Brame and Schneider.
“I am thrilled to be working for such a professional group,” said David Brame of the new partnership with xaitment. “Realism in games is very important for the success of a title, and with xaitment, realistic movement and characters can be created in a fast and efficient way. The experience of recent successes in Asia have already begun to pay dividends for xaitment, with one order already booked in Asia and two of the most successful game development and publishing companies in all of Asia expected to close in March.”
Gamebase echoed the same positive expectations for xaitment’s growth in Asia, “We are very pleased to be working with xaitment,” said Gamebase CEO Yung Shin. “There is great potential for xaitment’s game tools in Korea. Game development studios are abundant and xaitment is one of the only middleware providers that can give Korea the technology and support its customers need.”
About the new collaborations, xaitment’s Group CEO, Dr. Andreas Gerber added, “David and Gamebase represent highly seasoned professionals with an enormous amount of experience in marketing and sales in Asia. We’re delighted to have leaders of such caliber and dedication to drive our Sales efforts in Asia.”
Of interest to further potential employees, xaitment has positions open for application engineers in both California and Asia. Interested individuals may stop by xaitment’s booth (802) at the GDC in San Francisco, or submit a résumé on the company’s website: www.xaitment.com/jobs.
For more information, contact:
phone: +49 (0) 6897 / 600 800
fax: +49 (0) 6897 / 600 80-20
About xaitment GmbH
xaitment is a world leader in AI game tools for the games and simulations industries. Founded in Germany in 2004, xaitment offers AI middleware that goes beyond just pathfinding. xaitment's AI game tools enable developers, through easy-to-use graphical user interfaces, to create hierarchical probabilistic finite state machines, automatic NavMesh builds, movement behaviors, crowd simulations, world descriptions, autonomic behaviors, and experience-based and inference-based learning behaviors. For more information about xaitment, visit www.xaitment.com.
About David Brame
David Brame is an accomplished sales and business executive with over 33 years experience building and managing sales and support teams including direct sales and rep organizations to achieve and exceed annual quota. His has partnered with several world-class businesses, including Emergent Game Technologies, Inc., Numerical Design, LTD, and NetOctave Corporation.
About Gamebase, Ltd.
Gamebase is a master reseller of game tools in Korea, which promotes and supports companies throughout Asia and Australia. Established and headquartered in Seoul, Korea, Gamebase personnel have more than 12 years of industry experience in Asia. For more information, visit www.gamebase.co.kr.