Seattle’s MOD Systems — which makes retail kiosks for downloading movies and music — today added a few notable local tech veterans to its board.
Will Poole, the former Windows Client boss at Microsoft, and Dan Gerrity, a co-founder and former CEO of Coinstar, will help guide MOD as it rolls out its entertainment delivery system.
“Both Will and Dan have unmatched experience in our target industries, and in organizational development and leadership. Both have built organizations from development stage to global success, and their skills, styles and guidance are welcome additions to our board. We’re fortunate to have them join us,” MOD Chairman and CEO Anthony Bay said in the release.
Poole is now co-chairman of virtual computing company NComputing, and Gerrity is vice president of business development at Intellectual Ventures.
MOD said board member Kyleen Cane, a Nevada securities lawyer, is stepping down after 18 months.