Accedo Delivers Solutions to Personalize Viewers’ Content Delivery

The video experience pioneer, Accedo, has announced the launch of new solutions to support mobile viewers and platforms for media companies and pay TV operators at IBC 2018.

Top on the list of new products include the Accedo Service Management Solution, which comprises a set of defined packages addressing specific business needs, such as platform refresh, service migration, and service launch, all supported with a very high, global SLA. Unified tools and a standardised, repeatable process makes it easy for Accedo to deliver a consistent and high quality service, regardless of location

The Accedo Data-Driven Video Solution enables video services providers to present viewers with a best-in-class and highly personalized and optimized video experience through the analysis of their user preferences and viewing habits. The solution is powered by the Accedo One video experience platform and the advanced business analytics solution from technology partner Jump. Accedo and Jump have launched the first set of Data-Driven Video Solution packages, focusing on problems and opportunities impacting today’s video service providers such as customer churn and content performance.

Accedo’s innovations team is also demonstrating a proof of concept to improve the VOD on-the-go User Experience. The new video UI has been designed for one-handed use, perfect for viewing content on the train, whilst eating lunch or in other “on-the-go” scenarios.

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