Tedial Version Factory Named IABM Game Changer Awards Finalist 2016 in System Automation & Control Category


Tedial, the leading independent MAM solutions specialist, has announced that its Version Factory, the world’s first true media factory, has been named as a finalist for the IABM Game Changer Awards 2016 in the System Automation & Control category. Version Factory has been identified by the initial judging panel as one of the leading products or services to be exhibited at NAB Show 2016, one of only three entries to be shortlisted in its category.

The entry will now be submitted to an independent panel of specialist judges who will provide their final choice for the category winner. Results will be announced and awards will be presented at an IABM Awards Reception on Tuesday, April 19 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Tedial Version Factory, the world’s first true media factory workflow is to be officially launched at NAB 2016, and is the culmination of 15 years of innovations and creative application of industry standards. Version Factory is a single efficient and cost effective workflow that supports millions of file input to output configurations and can be managed from a single operator screen.

Designed to interface to content management/rights management/traffic/work order systems for automated operations, the Version Factory stacks chosen media engines (transcoders, quality control, DRM, CDN, etc.), employs SMPTE standardized designs for future proof “N-input to N-output” operations and provides the maximum flexibility and scalability for OTT/VOD Platforms, Network Operations and media companies focused on managing their Brand across all distribution formats.

“It is an honor to be named a finalist in the System Automation & Control category for this prestigious award,” says Jay Batista, Tedial general manager, US operations. “15 years of technology leadership have led to the Version Factory, and we are grateful to the IABM for recognizing its potential as a real breakthrough solution.

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