all3media and KnoxMediaHub Long-term Cloud Partnership

UK distribution company all3media international (a3mi) has announced that it will integrate its existing systems with Barcelona-based cloud informational technology firm KnoxMediaHub to streamline internal workflows and continue a3mi’s recent growth sales.

Using KMH, the entire a3mi catalogue consisting of 11,000 hours of content will be made accessible across all regional offices in Europe, America and the Asia Pacific.

John Wagener, a3mi COO, said, “We have seen huge growth in our business and in the demand for our content. KMH quickly understood the challenges we were facing and offered a highly customisable platform to address those requirements. Following the recent completion of Phase 1 of the integration project, we are extremely pleased with the flexibility the KMH solution offers and their commitment to develop new functionality for future needs.”

KMH Founder and CEO, Santiago Miralles, said, "We are very pleased to be helping a3mi lead the industry to the cloud, which will be an inevitable requirement for content businesses to cope with changing workflows as well as the volume and size of media files and their associated processing needs.”

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