Trailer Park Group Use IPV CuratorNow For Remote Production

New media asset management software enables Hollywood’s leading movie trailer producers to securely collaborate and create without constraint from home.

Marketing company Trailer Park Group is using CuratorNow to allow its editors and producers to continue to produce video from home. Trailer Park Group CEO, Rick Eiserman, said, “Video editing brings a unique set of challenges to working from home so finding a robust, cloud editing solution was absolutely critical for Trailer Park Group. With over 300 creatives working on projects for the world’s top media and entertainment clients, we required a product that both we and our clients can trust.”

In keeping with current circumstances, IPV will remotely fast-start deployment and training on CuratorNow for Trailer Park Group within days.

IPV CEO Mark Fagan said, “As the world headed into temporary lockdown, Trailer Park Group realised that they needed a robust solution to enable their editorial team to continue to deliver new material for their clients under these unprecedented circumstances.

“The nature of their work required a rapid deployment solution that would both scale to meet their urgent needs but also give major studios the assurance that their content was secure even in the current, highly disruptive environment.

“Irrespective of the extraordinary circumstances we find ourselves in worldwide, it didn’t take long to capture the imagination with the possibilities of CuratorNow. It’s easy to install, easy to learn, and can be in production the day it’s deployed to continue operations while doing its part to enable users to be as safe as possible. We can’t wait to see what Trailer Park create over the coming months and are proud to welcome them to our growing community of customers.”

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