Reveal allows companies to bring video to everyone in the workplace while providing control over the video content.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 01, 2016
Today, Maven Wave is launching an enterprise video solution called Reveal. Reveal features a familiar video streaming experience combined with enterprise-level security, content management, and analytics. The company recognized the need in the market for a platform that meets the needs of large organizations and is both simple to use and cost efficient.
“The use of video in the enterprise has significantly lagged in comparison to the consumer market. We all use YouTube in our daily lives to learn and communicate, but we rarely use it at work. Maven Wave saw the opportunity to address that gap. Reveal allows companies to bring video to everyone in the workplace while providing control over the video content,” says Brad Foster, Google Cloud Practice Lead at Maven Wave.
Reveal can be used for many types of video use cases, including executive communications, training, townhall meetings, standard operating procedures, and more. The platform features content management capabilities to assign video permissions to users or groups and the ability to create approval workflows. It also has in-depth analytics capabilities, so users can see which videos are being watched the most or analyze the viewing behaviors within a specific video. Reveal leverages Google Drive for storage, G Suite for authentication, and the Google Cloud Platform for analytics, metadata, and global web site scale.
For more information or to see a demo of Reveal, please contact Maven Wave.
About Maven Wave
Maven Wave helps leading companies make the shift to digital and shorten the fuse to innovation. Maven Wave combines the expertise and discipline of top-tier consulting and the agility you’d expect from a cutting-edge technology firm. This multidisciplinary blend of skills allows us to create unique digital advantages for our clients. Maven Wave’s digital solutions are agile, mobile, rooted in analytics, and built in the cloud.