​Tedial Certifies Ebantic To Develop Evolution MAM

Ebantic, a provider of solutions for the integrated management of audiovisual content, has been badged as an ‘Advanced Developer’ by Tedial of its Evolution MAM platform.

Using Tedial’s Integration API, third-parties such as Ebantic can develop tailored solutions and services for customers via the Tedial Evolution MAM platform.

The pair are working together on two projects in the Spanish market. These include the management and distribution of content for FOX Network Group and the content and sales management platform of The Mediapro Studio.

Carles Rams, CEO, Ebantic says, “Both projects have demanding integration requirements that have led Tedial, with the support of Ebantic, to further develop its Integration API for its content and management Evolution solution. As a result, Tedial has granted an Advanced Developer certification to Ebantic, in recognition of the company's in-depth knowledge of the Evolution integration layer. This enables broadcasters to expand their solutions using Ebantic’s services.”

Emilio L. Zapata, CEO, Tedial says, “This certification once again demonstrates the interoperability and the flexibility that Evolution offers. The platform has a powerful and flexible API, from which customers can develop their own integrations and provide services. Companies like Ebantic, who know our solution in-depth, are well positioned to carry out these developments.”

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