The Pikolo Systems reporting screen.
Mediaproxy partners with Pikolo Systems to create Advanced Incident Management
Mediaproxy recently announced a new partnership with Pikolo Systems, maker of ITracker, a discrepancy reporting tool. The collaboration enhances the monitoring confidence levels of enterprise scale content management.
Mediaproxy develops compliance recording systems for broadcasters worldwide. Its premier technology, LogServer, provides real-time compliance monitoring, reporting, and incident management of multiple channels by uniting access to all broadcast sources via IP. Once logged and stored in a proxy format, content can be retrieved for reconciliation using the company's HTML5-based LogPlayer.
The integration of LogServer, with Systems’ flagship ITracker, will provide broadcasters with the enhanced ability to maintain accountability and perform real-time assessment of their operations.
“Our software solutions are designed to help broadcast operations work more efficiently in a homogenous and collaborative environment,” said Vernon Omegah, President at Pikolo Systems. “Incident Tracker provides broadcasters the means to communicate and engage effectively despite the complexity of their operations. From local television to network and internet operations, to satellite and origination operations, our solutions together with Mediaproxy help broadcasters acquire, manage, distribute and analyze their assets. As software-defined workflows continue to replace older, limited technologies.."
Erik Otto, CEO of Mediaproxy, added “Integrating LogServer with Pikolo Systems delivers unprecedented versatility to maintain the highest level of transmission service and user experience. The ability for our customers to easily monitor and rapidly respond to any outgoing and off-air sources is vital to maintaining the highest levels of consumer experience and compliance with regulations on the multiplicity of distribution platforms and territories." This partnership will allow both companies to supply mission critical tools so their customers can stay one step ahead of the evolving needs of OTT and broadcast operators and their subscribers worldwide.
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