Lewis Moves from VP of Customer Success into New President Role to Support Cinema Software
Ontario, Canada – January 9, 2024 – Omniterm proudly announces the appointment of Darrin Lewis as its new President, effective January 1, 2024. Lewis succeeded Ed Coman, who served as President until Jonas Software acquired the company in April 2021.
Darrin Lewis brings a rich history with Omniterm, working with the company since October 2007. Having held key positions, including Director of Sales and Marketing and VP of Customer Success, Lewis brings a wealth of knowledge as a high-performing sales leader committed to enhancing growth through solid business practices and integrity.
“I am honored to step into the role of President at Omniterm, a company I’ve had the privilege of growing with over the years,” said Darrin Lewis. “Our Cinema Management Software (CMS) solution has been integral to helping theaters streamline their operations, and I am eager to lead Omniterm in adapting to the ever-evolving challenges in the cinema industry.”
Lewis holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from York University. He has further honed his skills through the Executive Development Program in Sales Management at the Schulich School of Business.
Mike Korbel, Portfolio Manager for Jonas Software, shared insights on Lewis’s appointment, highlighting his pivotal role in revitalizing Omniterm post-acquisition.
“When Jonas acquired Omniterm from the retiring founders amidst the challenges of the Covid-19 shutdowns, Darrin played a crucial role in driving business growth over the last 18 months,” said Mike Korbel. “It was evident that he was the right choice to lead the company, maintaining its customer-centric culture, and driving innovations that have kept Omniterm a significant contributor to the industry for over 40 years.”
Darrin Lewis shared his outlook as President, emphasizing Omniterm’s commitment to adapting to industry challenges.
“Our industry is quickly adapting to the new challenges that face the cinema industry. As a company dedicated solely to the theatre market, we have to change and adapt as well,” Lewis noted. “I believe strongly that as Omniterm continues to develop its services, there is no end in sight to what we can accomplish.”
Since 1978, Omniterm has been developing and producing innovative cinema software solutions for the entertainment industry. Our software delivers a stable, flexible, and user friendly platform to cinema owners and theatre managers. For more information, visit omniterm.com