European Debut For Tedial’s smartWork NoCode Media Integration Platform

Visitors to IBC 2022 will see how ​Tedial’s smartWork Media Integration Platform decouples the customary orchestration capabilities embedded in the systems that broadcasters have traditionally been using (MAM, DAM, PAM, CMS).

It offers a framework where all the systems are integrated in the same way, based on three key pillars: Common Interface; Common Datamodel; and Common Workspace, where applications go to the media and not the media to the applications.

The M&E market is changing rapidly, impacted by evolving consumer behaviours. Users want seamless, effortless integrations and developers want to spend less time on repetitive software programming tasks and integration maintenance. The days of the traditional, complex monolithic content management systems, which generate huge dependence on software vendors to provide the agility required to integrate new applications within the digital ecosystem, are over.  Tedial’s NoCode approach revolutionizes productivity making the Media Integration Platform accessible to everyone, from non-technical users to citizen-developers. And, because it follows Infrastructure as Code (IaC), smartWork can be deployed on-premises, on any cloud or in a hybrid architecture for incredible flexibility.  Business continuity can easily be achieved with smartWork as the current systems can be integrated and improve operation by adding new business processes or cloud operation.

smartWork NoCode workflow editor empowers non-technical users to define or re-adapt workflows to business needs. With smartWork, a new business operation is just a Drag&Drop action. No more tedious vendor services will be required for daily operational changes.

smartWork platform can easily be updated/upgraded from the Tedial Cloud repository via the Artifactory UI, which enables non-technical users to update services, workflows and integration systems to the latest version with just a few clicks.

smartWork includes a complete Business Intelligence tool for customer self-sufficiency that enables them to take full platform control. So, customers will be able to decide which processes can be modified to reduce costs without business impact.

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