SDVI Showcase Rally - A Cloud-Native Media Supply Chain

The company will demonstrate new features and capabilities within Rally Gateway for content suppliers that streamlines operations, increases efficiency, reduces costs, and simplifies critical tasks.

SDVI will showcase the integration of Accurate Video to the company's Rally Gateway product. Accurate Video provides comprehensive browse and edit capabilities within a browser interface, eliminating the need to shift to a separate edit suite to complete tasks. Users working within Rally Gateway can navigate time-based metadata and select multiple audio and caption tracks for preview, play, or review as they perform review and approval, QC, compliance, and simple edit operations.

"With enhanced visualization of the supply chain, the Rally Media Supply Chain Management Platform provides better visibility into current state, history, and diagnostics while improving usability for operators, the company explains. Throughout the NAB Show, SDVI will demonstrate how features such as interactive supply chain views further simplify visualization and troubleshooting as well as users' understanding of where content is in the supply chain.

The company is now certified by AICPA as meeting the standard for SaaS companies' data security policies and procedures: independently audited and verified SOC-2 compliance. 

"SOC certification plays an important role in vendor management, corporate governance and risk management processes, and regulatory oversight, and it is on its way to becoming an industry standard," it states. SDVI is on track to receive the ongoing SOC-2 Type 2 certification this August.

"Adoption of modern supply chain management principles is critical to achieving business efficiency and agility when handling large volumes of content,” said Simon Eldridge, Chief Product Officer. “The SDVI Rally platform is already used by the leading media organizations and has helped them transition to manufacturing principles for the media they handle. We'll highlight the latest enhancements to the constantly evolving Rally platform that simplify supply chain visualization and dramatically improve operational efficiency."

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