IBC 2019 has officially wrapped and we’re thrilled to announce that it was a great success for the OWNZONES team! We had a fantastic time in Amsterdam meeting with clients, giving live demos to nearly 200 companies that visited our Partner Pod at the AWS Stand, and presenting our solutions at key seminars throughout the week.
Here are some highlights:
We were proud to be on the AWS Stand as a partner, giving demos to M&E companies from around the globe who are interested in the value that cloud-native media supply chain technology can provide their businesses.
For the first time at IBC, we showcasedFrameDNA, our AI tool within Connect that provides an incremental way of both migrating and consolidating your content library in the cloud.
We also had the privilege of being featured by IBC in the IBC Daily. This Q&A with CEO Dan Goman touches on the opportunities and challenges faced by the M&E industry, and how OWNZONES is at the forefront of solving the industry’s leading problems.
Goman also appeared as a guest on IBCTV where he discussed the latest and greatest at OWNZONES as well as his key industry insights. Check out the video below to learn how being cloud-native allows OWNZONES to stay ahead of the M&E tech curve, why companies are itching to gain better control of their content and how OWNZONES is able to meet their needs.
Are you interested in a media supply chain platform that can help you make the process of bringing content from the film set to consumers’ screens a lot faster, easier, and cost-effective?
Nick Nelson serves as Chief Product Officer at OWNZONES Entertainment Technologies. The guiding force behind the innovation of OWNZONES' suite of products and services, Nelson is focused on refining the company's product roadmap to create a better content-to-consumer experience at every point along the digital media supply chain. Prior to OWNZONES, Nelson served as Head of Product Creative at Netflix from 2012 to 2016.