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Future Trends in Content Management and Automation
September 24, 2020 @ 10:00 pm - 11:00 pm
PBT EU is holding an exclusive Profuz LAPIS webinar scheduled to take place on 24th September at 12:00 (UTC) to welcome a global audience across the US, Europe and Asia. This dynamic event, titled “Future Trends in Content Management and Automation”, will outline the unique approach that the Profuz LAPIS technology brings to the industry and why it is considered an indispensable resource to help manage companies of all sizes. The session will cover practical real-life examples of workflow orchestration of digital asset management across a variety of content that media companies work with, ranging from videos, audio files, images, subtitles, and publishing through to multiple platforms.
Profuz LAPIS’ remote capability has revealed itself as an extraordinary tool in what are extraordinary times, by helping journalists streamline news. Another great example of how LAPIS is imperative in this current global crisis is the fact that users can access the system remotely from home, therefore keeping the number of people working in the office to a minimum if a priority for many firms at the moment.
Profuz LAPIS is a next-generation web-based management platform designed to create scalable customised modules that adapt to every type of complex business structure. It conveniently facilitates the management, branding and advertising side of media organisations by providing an efficient central hub with which to manage and automate content production and distribution processes, not only via linear television, but also across various OTT platforms such as YouTube, websites and social media channels.
Customers that recently adopted Profuz LAPIS systems include the likes of Canal + Myanmar and Portugal’s Jornal do Centro, to centralise their business management processes across their organisation ensuring quality and file-format compliance towards playout and broadcast.