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Leading the Competition in the Video Technology Industry 

The increasing demand for more video content, supply chains and workflows are becoming more complex than ever before driving a greater need for automation throughout the video production and distribution processes. While the value offered from traditional online video platforms (OVP) is still important, the new normal requires companies to understand in more detail how people are engaging with video across the vast device landscape. Ooyala develops and implements cutting-edge technologies to stay one step ahead of the competition, and to keep our customers one step ahead of their rival’s customers. Ooyala partners with global powerhouses in the video space such as Microsoft and Adobe to extend its offering and deliver more value to its customers. Ooyala’s partnership with Microsoft allows them to incorporate AI to automate the capture of metadata. By leveraging the potential of AI, Ooyala is able to create efficiencies and insights across every aspect of production and distribution for our ever-growing customers. This reduces the time and cost expended for different projects and enables customers to increase revenue. Ooyala is leading the market with Ooyala Flex, delivering a open platform for customers to utilize best-in-class technologies in order to meet the demands of today’s modern media content owners and production companies. Our next generation solutions go beyond the capabilities of online video platforms. Ooyala helps get content to the market faster, maximize the ROI for any video business and build much more engaging and personalized experiences across every digital screen.

—Jonathan Huberman, CEO of Ooyala 

 

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