Dalet Showcase Accessible Media Workflows And Next-Gen Newsroom Solutions At NAB 2022

Dalet empowers media-rich organizations to adapt to the demands of digital-first, distributed media workflows with expanded capabilities; Dalet Flex offers new SaaS product plans and Dalet Pyramid powers next-gen news production solutions.

Dalet’s leadership team and media workflow specialists will be on hand at the show to discuss the company’s updated product lineup, showcasing its latest innovations in content workflows, cloud technology, and user experience. Attendees will be able to discover two offerings for the first time at NAB Show, Dalet Flex for Teams offered as-a-service for all teams with digital media management and multiplatform delivery requirements, and Dalet Pyramid solutions to enable modern storytelling and news production practices with centralized planning, remote editing, and digital production capabilities.

Dalet Flex and Dalet Pyramid solutions, which are recognized for their feature-rich, purpose-built and powerful automation capabilities, both now run fully in the cloud, making professional-grade media tools more accessible than ever. In addition, Dalet Flex will be shown for the first time as-a-service.

Dalet Flex for Teams is based on the Dalet Flex media workflow platform and now offered as-a-service. The new, multi-tenanted software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering democratizes key media logistics use cases such as library management and multiplatform content distribution through affordable, pre-configured workflows fully hosted and managed by Dalet. Dalet Flex for Teams makes it easy for customers to get up and running quickly and scale as needed with control over budgets.

Dalet Pyramid solutions provide a natural evolution for newsrooms running Dalet Galaxy five, expanding their workflow with next-gen news production capabilities. Available as subscription, these “plug and play” solutions bring convenience and efficiency for centralized planning, remote editing and digital production.

The Dalet Unified News Operations solution continues to be the end-to-end offering of choice for news organizations looking to upgrade or deploy a collaborative newsroom operating system with modern storytelling tools, state-of-the-art workflow orchestration, and the widest range of options in terms of deployment, architecture and security.

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