Platform to Support Management of Scheduling, Transmission and Fulfillment Operations
Xytech, the global leader in facility management software for the broadcast and media services industries, announced today that AEG Digital Media is implementing MediaPulse. The Los Angeles-based, multi-platform media services company selected Xytech's powerful platform to manage its facility scheduling, teleport services, and media fulfillment operations.
AEG Digital Media is the leading provider of complete Webcast management, video optimization solutions and media services in the digital media industry. The company takes a broadcast approach to streaming media to enable the world's most watched, and most innovative, Webcasts and live events. Realizing that traditional, stand alone facility management systems were irrelevant to their 21st century business model, AEG Digital Media turned to Xytech's MediaPulse to leverage its extreme configurability and to increase visibility into daily and future metrics.
Joe Einstein, Vice President of Production Operations for AEG Digital Media, comments, "After a comprehensive look at the marketplace for a facility management solution, we chose Xytech because of the breadth and adaptability of their platform. MediaPulse was the only solution that allowed us to manage both our teleport and media fulfillment businesses. We anticipate expanding its use over time by leveraging their open architecture through key integrations."
Greg Dolan, Executive Vice President of Xytech, states, "For more than twelve years, AEG Digital Media has delivered the most watched and anticipated content around the world. They have an absolutely amazing track record in Internet broadcasting and live streaming media, and they perfectly illustrate the modern workflow that is the hallmark of a successful media services company today. We are proud to be working with our colleagues at AEG Digital Media and see MediaPulse as the ideal solution to support their varied business lines. We look forward to the next phase of project implementation with them."