​IPV And Digistor Partner To Bring Cloud Workflows To APAC

IPV have allied with Australian media tech integrator Digistor to deploy and support end-to-end workflow solutions for remote creative teams in the APAC region.

IPV Curator is said to unlock remote and collaborative capabilities for users of Adobe Premiere in Australia, New Zealand and Oceania. The collaboration will combine Curator with Digistor's 30 years' experience in providing consultation, design, installation and integration within the media and broadcasting industries.

“Digistor are blazing the trail for innovative new tech in the APAC region,” says Daniel Mathew, Chief Revenue Officer, IPV. “Through this joint collaboration, we’ll empower broadcasters and post-production facilities in the area to be among the first movers who are migrating their media operations to the cloud. Ease of access and remote collaboration are incredibly important, especially now, and so the remote capabilities of Curator will be an exciting advancement to bring to the ANZ market, where it will be at the forefront of such technological innovation.

“IPV serves a wide range of clients, including HBO, YouTube, Nintendo Home Depot and Sesame Street, and with the addition of Digistor’s local knowledge and support, this partnership will be of significant benefit to a number of industries, including broadcast, post-production, marketing and advertising, retail, sports, corporate, education and government.

He adds, “Digistor believes that with more enterprise customers choosing Adobe Premiere Pro as their editing platform of choice, Curator presents as a very compelling solution for media management and workflow efficiencies.”

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