Signiant Partners With Broadcast Solutions In Germany

Broadcast Solutions Produkte und Service, a German broadcast and media systems integrator has partnered with Signiant EMEA team to strengthen Signiant’s presence in the DACH region.

Broadcast Solutions Produkte und Service have hands-on experience with Signiant products and integrating products including the Media Shuttle SaaS solution for person-initiated transfers; Manager+Agents – Signiant’s enterprise solution for automated, accelerated transport of large files between geographically dispersed locations; and Jet, another SaaS offering simple unattended transfers both within and between companies.

“Media is a global and time-sensitive business and with our customers in Germany now adopting new formats such as 4K and 8K, Signiant solutions are a must have,” said Martin Schwöri, COO at Broadcast Solutions Produkte und Service. “We’re excited to partner with Signiant to bring its portfolio of marketing leading products to the media companies in the region.”

Greg Hoskin, Managing Director, EMEA and APAC at Signiant, said: “Germany is an important and expanding region for Signiant, and we’re excited to be extending our reach in the region by partnering with Broadcast Solutions Produkte und Service. The team’s knowledge of the industry, and close relationship with customers in the region will help elevate Signiant’s presence in Germany.”

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