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RAMP
27 Wormwood Street
Suite 210

Boston MA 02210
USA

Phone: 857-202-3500
Fax: 857-202-3501
Web site: www.ramp.com
 
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RAMP has developed the next generation of search & video experiences to make video valuable.  Using RAMP, clients are able to fully leverage the value of all of their video content by driving increased discovery across search and social sites, enhancing user engagement through dynamic search and publishing solutions, and maximizing revenue through sophisticated advertising capabilities. Leading enterprises using RAMP include Thomson Reuters, FOXNews, ABCNews, NBC, Dow Jones, Meredith, Citibank, and others. For more information visit RAMP.com, or contact us at info@RAMP.com.

Product Description

RAMP’s solution comprises three core components:

  • MediaCloud, the web’s first cloud-based solution for automatically generating rich time-coded video metadata.  MediaCloud ingests your video content through streams, feeds, APIs, and crawls – 24×7.  MediaCloud adds tags, transcripts and other dynamic metadata to enrich all sorts of downstream applications, including universal search; related content, recommendations, and advertising; topic page publishing, and lean-forward video solutions.
  • MetaQ, a rules-based matching engine. MetaQ is where all of the metadata generated by MediaCloud is indexed.  It delivers search capabilities and a rules-based “matching engine” to deliver contextually relevant related content and advertising aligned with the timecode of the video.
  • MetaPlayer, the web’s first “lean-forward” video player. The MetaPlayer framework wraps around virtually any third-party player (or we can provide one for you).  This framework enriches the video experience by adding features like “search within”, time-coded tags, “jump-to” navigation, interactive transcripts, social sharing, and contextually related content.
Online Resources
  • eBook: Video is the New Document – How Companies are Embracing Video to Reach Employees, Customers and Prospects.
    Video is the new document - what does this mean, exactly? At RAMP, we believe this means that video is becoming a preferred vehicle through which enterprises communicate to their employees, partners, prospects, customers, and more. For enterprises, this represents an exciting opportunity to deliver information in a more engaging, more mobile, more “snackable” way. We wanted to learn more about the role of video in enterprises today and how the future of video for enterprise communication is perceived, so we undertook a survey to get a closer look.
  • On-Demand Webcast: Monetize Your Video with MetaQ
    In this webcast, we’ll show you how our MetaQ solution can enable you to more effectively monetize video. MetaQ essentially acts as an adserver for your content, delivering the most relevant content at the exact moments when the viewer is ready to engage in the next action. In this brief on-demand webcast, you’ll see how MetaQ works and how it can help you make your video valuable.
  • Meredith Publishing Case Study
    Meredith is one of the nation’s leading media and marketing companies with business centered on magazine and book publishing, television broadcasting, integrated marketing and interactive media, with brand names such as Better Homes and Gardens, Fitness, and Parents. Meredith’s goals were to extend its core brands and multi-format content including articles, videos and slide shows to the web while providing unique experiences associated with its different properties including Better Homes & Gardens (BHG.com), Parents, Fitness and more. Read this case study to learn how RAMP helped them achieve their goals.
  • Marketing Video beyond YouTube
    Having marketing video is just the start. Value from your video, like any marketing content, is realized when it helps you acquire, engage, and convert prospects into customers. This eBook will help you learn how to make your videos: more discoverable, more engaging, and more actionable.
  • Five Best Practices for Video for Employee Communications
    Based on a survey that we conducted with more than 90 leading US enterprises, this report discusses: the power of video, best practices that can help communicators successfully use video to reach employees, and how to overcome some of the obstacles that companies commonly experience as they ramp up the medium.
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