â€œIt is an honor to again be recognized by Frost and Sullivan for the third consecutive year as their Enterprise Video Market Leader,â€� said Shelly Heiden, CEO of Vbrick.
AMSTERDAM, ISE February 06, 2018
Vbrick has been named the enterprise video market leader by industry analysts Frost and Sullivan in their annual â€œGlobal Enterprise Video Platforms Marketâ€� report. This report marks the third year in a row that Frost and Sullivan research found that Vbrick had the largest share of the growing enterprise video market among 20 vendors considered in the report.
Trends identified in the report as fueling growth included consumer live streaming, which is driving the need for secure live webcasting in the enterprise, integration of EVPs with other enterprise technologies including unified communications and video conferencing, and growing need from enterprises to consolidate multiple technologies within an end-to-end solution.
These trends map to the Vbrick RevÂ® enterprise video platform, an all-in-one solution that offers self-service live webcasting, centralized video management, industry-leading integrated video distribution, and workflows for both internal and external video communications. Rev seamlessly integrates with enterprise technologies like video conferencing, enabling customers to convert video conferencing end points into live webcasting studios, for example. Rev also enables customers to consolidate vast quantities of video recordings into the Rev massively scalable cloud platform where they can all be searched, seen and shared – securely – from any location and on any device.
â€œIt is an honor to again be recognized by Frost and Sullivan for the third consecutive year as their Enterprise Video Market Leader,â€� said Shelly Heiden, CEO of Vbrick. â€œItâ€™s all the more rewarding that our customers have testified that we provide a clearly superior ownership experience because there is no greater gauge of our success than having satisfied customer advocates,â€� Heiden said.
Vbrick made the announcement at Integrated Systems Europe, where it is showcasing its Rev enterprise video platform as a scalable and seamless complement to the Cisco Collaboration suite within Cisco booth 11-C130.
The new report joins growing recognition by industry analysts of Vbrickâ€™s market leadership. Last year, Vbrick was recognized as a market leader by Gartner Research in its Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Video Content Management, and was recognized as a leader by Aragon Research and MarketsandMarkets.
Vbrick believes in the power of video to transform the workplace. Its Rev enterprise video platform removes the technology and pricing restraints that have held business back from tapping videoâ€™s clear advantage to persuade, inform and compel people, wherever they are. Visit vbrick.com.
Vbrick and Rev are trademarks of Vbrick Systems, Inc., USA.
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