At IBC2018, Xytech will introduce a new, completely configurable interface for MediaPulse Sky increasing the flexibility and scalability of the platform by extending the UI to mobile and light touch users.
Xytech will introduce a new UI for MediaPulse on its IBC stand. The new UI is designed to accommodate everyone on the team. Operations staff, producers, facility managers, field crews and freelancers can now use MediaPulse in a screen designed and configured specifically for their needs.
The new UI increases efficiency and consistently for the entire organization by delivering exactly what a user needs, exactly when they need it. It streamlines workflows, speeds communication, reduces costly mistakes and will be demonstrated and explained on stand in the Xytech display.
Other new products to be demonstrated and explained on the Xytech stand are new REST APIs that simplify the complex operations of broadcasters and media facilities. The new APIs make integrations with other systems simple, fast and flexible.
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