What began over 10 years ago with the first digital workflow for file-based
media production and is used nowadays by many customers worldwide
can be seen on the brand-new website www.workflow.tv.
Tons of application cases, customer quotes, comments, screenshots and
videos give a deep insight into the latest opportunities for optimization
through efficient digital workflows and the optimal planning of personnel
and material resources. Get your individual demo date for Stand 8924
in the South Lower Hall at the NAB show in Las Vegas now at
+1 (818) 827 7113 or simply reply to this email.
You can see workflow efficiency live and in 3D for all areas of the media
industry including TV, radio, studios, post-production, distribution etc.,
and learn all about the differences between technical workflows and
those that coordinate employee processes and external resources
efficiently. Let us show you how technical integration of systems no
longer works in isolation, but is integrated into human business processes.
Forget about copy and paste, reams of Excel wallpaper, endless email threads and
constant meetings: coordination can be automated! Build, integrate and
change workflows as often as you want and thereby support your
processes, so you have more time for your core business.
If production is to be accurate with respect to time and money,
workflows must not just be comprehensively integrated but must
also enable planning, management and billing. Decisions need to
be made using real-time information for the current day's business
and in advance. This applies to equipment resources and external
suppliers, but more so for expensive employees whose deployment
(duty roster) and specific tasks must be optimally scheduled,
manually or automatically. Virtually all processes consist mainly
of human steps, which can run in a much more coordinated
fashion through planning and analysis. See for yourself at the
Register here for your free NAB exhibition pass!
Your VIP pass code is LV0819
We are really looking forward to meeting you. Best regards until then!
Felix Froede, Jennifer Guthzeit, Gunter Busch and Tobias Soppa.