Tedial Celebrates 15 Years of Technology Leadership at NAB 2016
Tedial, the leading independent MAM technology solutions specialist is celebrating 15 years of technology innovation at NAB 2016 on booth N 5516. Since 2001, Tedial has been a true industry visionary, bringing the most technologically advanced MAM and IT solutions to broadcasters and media companies in all corners of the globe.
The MAM has become the footbridge between the video and the file worlds and Tedial’s leading software tools allow broadcasters and content owners to meet the challenges of today’s multi-format, multi-platform industry, providing new business opportunities and growth areas including: UHD, non-linear services, multi-platform delivery, scalability, third-generation environments and profitability within media operations.
Tedial’s multi-site media management with business-driven workflow enables end-to-end integration providing the true benefits of the media factory ideal. Tedial is one of the few systems to deliver on this promise.
The company’s multi award-winning Evolution™ MAM has driven media management to a new level by presenting a suite of scalable and flexible Media IT software modules that automate the preparation, movement and distribution of media internally and externally. Tedial’s strong research and development and support structure means that the company is always two years ahead of the market.
This cycle enables customers to increase their business efficiency with the most advanced technologies and allows a continuous evolution of software solutions to adapt to future customer needs.
Esther Mesas, Tedial’s Chief Sales & Marketing Officer says, “The industry has seen a major transition and Tedial’s business independence and powerful R&D, which is carried out by our team in-house at our Malaga HQ, has meant that we have revolutionized media asset management bringing state-of-the-art technology to today’s media landscape. We are delighted to celebrate this 15 year milestone at NAB with our colleagues, customers and industry partners.”