News at NAB in Las Vegas
See the Workflow Management: Visualized
video on YouTube and learn why no company nowadays can
afford not to invest in its Workflows. As well as most of our clients who continuously enhance their processes
based on automated Workflows, since the IBC in September new clients, such Red Bull Media House in Salzburg,
Austria, A&E (History Channel etc.) in New York and Brickbox in Prague, Czech Republic, have chosen the
CEITON Workflow System. Thus, CEITON is still growing strongly ten years after its foundation and investing
in further research and development. Make your appointment now for your individual demo and see how
other companies have optimized their processes, both locally and globally, and which opportunities present
themselves to you. Call us on +1 (818) 827 7113 or mail email@example.com.
Our booth at NAB has
number 7625 and is found in the South Hall 2 (Lower Floor). We look forward to seeing you!
Many companies, when they think of Workflows, think exclusively of technical processes and the connection
of their systems, such as Asset Management, Encoding Farms, QC, Transfer or Playout. These processes
are increasingly tied in with ERP systems such as SAP for accounting. However, the greater potential is to
be found in optimizing so-called human Workflows which are coordinated internally and across department
boundaries with a lot of cost and effort by mail, telephone, Excel, and through meetings. Business and
production processes do not just begin at Ingest and end with Playout; rather there is a lot more
complexity around the technical systems than is often assumed. Not only can internal work processes
be massively optimized but so can external processes with suppliers and clients. You will see many
examples at our booth and you can take away ideas on how you can structure your work to make
it easier and more transparent.
Especially in TV and radio, resources must be efficiently budgeted, scheduled and invoiced. In this,
scheduling is not a standalone function, rather it is an integral component of a process. Depending on
the company, it consists of e.g. pre-planning, announcement, approval, scheduling, booking, recording
actual times, accounting and many more work-steps. Additionally, not only must internal resources be
planned, but sub-processes such as declarations of availability by freelancers or commissioning and
paying suppliers must be seamlessly integrated. In order to get up-to-date and complete transparency
of processes as well as guaranteeing 100% accurate invoicing, Workflows can be freely modeled and
integrated into existing landscapes. You can see how Central German Broadcasting MDR employed the
system completely independently across borders and time zones to schedule and invoice the coverage
of Winter Olympics in Vancouver for the German national broadcaster ARD.
Register here for your free NAB exhibition pass!
Your VIP pass code is NV1666
We are really looking forward to meeting you. Best regards until then!
Felix Froede, Melanie Thormeyer, Torsten Kriening and Tobias Soppa.