The SaaS solution lowers cost of entry and elevates accessibility for media workflows.
The media workflow platform provides key content management, packaging, and delivery capabilities as-a-service.
Dalet has announced Dalet Flex for Teams, its media logistics platform now offered as-a-service, fully hosted and maintained by Dalet. The SaaS offering lowers the cost of entry to professional tools for media companies, sports brands, and corporate creative teams, thanks to a multi-tenanted architecture that enables economies of scale. Pre-configured workflows such as “Library Management” and “Multiplatform Content Distribution” make it easy for customers to manage rich, multimedia content libraries; automate content distribution across traditional, digital, and social platforms; support a hybrid or remote workforce, and/or build a living archive. With the elasticity of the cloud at their fingertips, customers can quickly scale resources as needed with full control over budgets.
“Today's creative and digital media teams want feature-rich tools in an affordable, easy to consume and to deploy offering. They want minimal overhead and flexibility to manage the fluid movement of resources whether they are working remotely or in the office, or continually onboarding and offboarding,” comments Mathieu Zarouk, Director of Product Strategy, Media Workflows, Dalet. “Dalet Flex has been cloud-native from day one, providing a strong foundation for our multi-tenanted SaaS offering. Key workflows like library management and content distribution were conceived with cloud operations in mind, and perfected through customer feedback and success allowing us to bring these solutions packaged for fast deployment and easy adoption, to a wider audience.”
Available on a subscription basis with three plans - Dalet Flex for Teams brings all the convenience and affordability SaaS has to offer in an agile media logistics solution designed to support the fluid ebb and flow of creative collaboration. Dalet Flex for Teams, which runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and is designed with security in mind, can be up and running within one business day. Customers simply log in via the easy-to-use web client to access Dalet Flex tools and workflows. The pre-configured environments are delivered with ready-to-execute workflows such as import /export, review and approval, and distribution.
Secure auto-scaling and load balancing ensure high availability and resilience, removing the need for the client to deploy their own infrastructure or manage overhead. With the infrastructure complexity and costs managed by Dalet, users can fully focus on their craft, creating amazing content and meeting their audience’s needs, while enjoying a much lower cost of entry.
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