Bitmax Launches New Content And Orchestration Management System At The NAB 2019 Show

Bitmax has announced the launch of its new content orchestration and management system, Maestro. The newly minted Maestro platform represents a leap forward for Bitmax Content Provider customers and Distributor Platform partners.

In addition to powering all of the internal supply chain workflows at the company, Maestro includes the ability to log in and initiate orders and the ability to track asset packages across the supply chain. 

From Avails creation and customization to auto ingest of asset package elements, and carriage confirmation to royalty processing, Maestro is a powerful integrated system that will make it much easier to plan and execute monetization strategies. 

In concert with the company's licensing team, the solution's orchestration engine allows clients to evaluate their total monetization strategy by pre-planning for any title or catalogue, moving seamlessly from transactional to view-based SVOD, and/or to ad supported AVOD. The system directs processing workflows based on the target platforms, including ad marking, artwork and metadata enhancements, and more.

Maestro also has hooks into the Bitmax PayPanel TM reporting and royalty processing solution.

Recent customer announcements such as Gravitas Ventures turning over operations to Bitmax underscores the marketplace interest for a comprehensive solution that makes onboarding content and asset packages as seamless as possible while providing a heightened level of transparency and monitoring features.  

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