Company in List of Solutions for Management of Video for Corporate Communications and Training
LOS ANGELES – September 24, 2013 – MediaPlatform, Inc. (www.mediaplatform.com), the best-in-class enterprise YouTube that enables on-demand streaming and live rich media webcasting for corporate communications, training and marketing, today announced it has been named by Gartner, the world’s leading IT research and technology firm, as a selected enterprise video content management vendor in the Time to Next Market Phase: 2 to 5 years section of the IT Market Clock for Enterprise Video, 2013 report published on September 12, 2013 . The IT Market Clock is a decision framework to assist IT and business leaders in evaluating and prioritizing their IT investment and divestment activities.
The report states that “…video collaboration, search and content management are increasingly important components of the unified communications portfolio. The transition to software-based solutions and support for a broad range of fixed and mobile form factors is bringing these technologies into the mainstream.” Gartner defines enterprise video content management as: “Software, appliances or software as a service (SaaS) intended to manage and facilitate the delivery of one-to-any on-demand video across Internet protocols.”
Gartner cites rising client inquiries for enterprise video content management solutions and adoption by IT leaders in search of a competitive advantage. MediaPlatform provides organizations with the tools to optimize the delivery of on-demand and live video to desktop, mobile device or tablet and offers SaaS, hybrid SaaS, or on-premise deployment options. The MediaPlatform enterprise YouTube also integrates with Microsoft SharePoint, Salesforce and Eloqua.
MediaPlatform is the leading enterprise YouTube solution providing organizations with tools to deliver on-demand video and live rich media webcasting to internal or external audiences of unlimited size. MediaPlatform enables viewing of video content on desktop, tablet or smartphone for customers including Accenture, Dow Chemical, Ericsson, Ernst & Young and General Motors.
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