Sony Pictures India Uses Evergent Customer Management

Evergent Technologies has collaborated with Sony Pictures Network India (SPNI) and its SonyLIV premium VOD service, to help Sony’s expansion in India. Specifically, SonyLIV is using Evergent’s User Lifecycle Management solution to support identity, entitlements and better monetize content bundles across live and on-demand media platforms.

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As part of the collaboration, Evergent will provide identity and user management, entitlement for provisioning content access, revenue management to track global payments by product and region, and product catalog management for personalizing products, bundles and promotions across a range of devices.

“We are delighted to be working with SPNI, one of the world’s most powerful brands. They have extensive content they want to monetize and want to better manage the customer journey with a cost-effective carrier-scale platform,” said Vijay Sajja, Evergent’s Founder and CEO. “Companies today require a modern, comprehensive toolset to actively manage video delivery, billing and users accounts in flexible and compelling ways that drive customer acquisition, reduce churn, and maximize predictable revenue.”

According to Ajay Kumar Meher, svp and Head of IT and Post at SPNI, “Sony LIV has been instrumental in bringing the best of entertainment to digital millennials in India. People are watching all kinds of video content over the Internet, and we have a vast content catalog we want them to access. By teaming up with Evergent, we can expand our reach offering live streaming video content of select sporting events and personalize offers based on a user’s profile, device or geography."

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