Trade Fair Appearances in London and Dubai Emphasize arvato Systems’ International Focus
Media solutions from arvato Systems at two key broadcast and media events
- arvato Systems will present solutions for media asset management, studio production, and cross-media sales at the well-respected broadcast events BVE and CABSAT.
- Visitors to BVE 2014 in London, United Kingdom, will have the opportunity to find out about the arvato Systems media solutions from 25 to 27 February.
- And from 11 to 13 March, the IT solution experts will be in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Experts from the field of television and media will come together at the Broadcast Video Expo (BVE), the U.K.’s leading broadcasting trade fair, from 25 to 27 February 2014. arvato Systems, together with its partner annova Systems, is set to exhibit at Booth P62 in Hall N19 at ExCeL, London’s largest events venue.
Further south, CABSAT is the most important broadcast and digital media trade fair in the Middle East, Africa and Southern Asian regions. arvato Systems is pleased to be working in cooperation with its partner Qvest Media to showcase its industry-specific solutions. The event will take place in Dubai from 11 to 13 March. The arvato Systems team will be on hand at Booth E8-10 in Hall 8 to meet the public.
Presentations at the events will focus on VPMS, Avamio, and ClipJOCKEY. As a MAM tool designed for the most demanding situations, arvato Systems’ Video Production Management System (VPMS) supports industry professionals in comprehensively creating, managing, editing, and distributing digital video material. Potential customers are sure to find the product they are looking for in Avamio if they are in the market for a compact, yet high-performance selection of the comprehensive VPMS applications.
TV companies can use the studio production tool ClipJOCKEY to exploit the potential of their video server hardware to the fullest and can leverage it as a real multichannel production tool.
Christian Schneider, Vice President of Corporate Sales at arvato Systems S4M GmbH, is looking forward to showcasing the advantages of the cross-platform media sales solutions in London. “Unlike CABSAT, which we have attended several times, this is our first time traveling to London for BVE. Our solutions have been in demand around the world for many years now. It only stands to reason that we travel abroad so we can inform potential customers of the various advantages of our tools and services. And ultimately, attending international trade fairs is part of our philosophy of showing ‘local presence.’”
For more product information or to arrange an appointment at the exhibit booths, send an e-mail to: email@example.com.
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