Evrideo signs API agreement to offer OOONA’s cloud-based localization products.
OOONA, a global provider of professional management and production tools for the localization industry, announces the signing of an API partnership with broadcast channel management service provider Evrideo. The agreement gives Evrideo customers access to OOONA's complete product range.
"Localization has always been an important element of the broadcast industry," says Nir Gilad, Chief Revenue Officer and Head of Sales at Evrideo. "It became even more so when the world rediscovered its cultural and geographical roots during the Covid-19 pandemic. OOONA products closely complement the facilities we offer our customers around the world. This agreement extends the feature set we are able to provide, allowing clients to concentrate on their professional skills without operational distractions."
"This is the latest in an ongoing series of technical conformance agreements designed to make our localization platform as widely accessible as possible," adds OOONA co-founder and CEO Wayne Garb. "OOONA’s platform can be integrated with the Evrideo workflow to become a seamless part of an existing operating environment. One of the important features is the ability to prevent human error and save time."
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