|By PR Newswire||
|March 26, 2014 04:06 AM EDT||
BARCELONA, Spain, March 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
NICE PEOPLE AT WORK, the online video content management company, has launched "YOUBORA", a video optimisation service with different contract models, adapted to the needs of each client.
YOUBORA is an effective monitoring and analytics tool for online video services, which analyses every view, offering data on quality, audience and video performance, in real time and for all types of devices (tablets, connected TVs, mobiles, PCs, videogame consoles, etc.). It also includes information on user loyalty and engagement, measuring the time of each view, based on different quality parameters (buffer, bitrate, loading times, etc.), enabling decision-making to maximise revenue (ARPU).
"Creating YOUBORA has been a substantial achievement, as it is the first tool that allows you to filter the data received, in real time, with information on all views by date, device, ISP, title, CDN and location, allowing you to detect and resolve any issues and optimise costs", says Gonzalo De La Vega, CEO of NICE PEOPLE AT WORK.
With this latest launch, NICE PEOPLE AT WORK continues to pursue excellence in the creation of optimisation tools for online video services, with the objective of offering crucial information for management services, both for live broadcasts (LIVE) and videos on-demand (VOD), at all times.
The YOUBORA service may be contracted over the Internet, through NICE PEOPLE AT WORK's global partners, or directly with them. Plus, the service is available in a free version, or can be contracted under a Basic model for € 99/month or a Premium model for € 999/month. The BASIC model is designed for medium-size clients who want basic information on their audience and the quality of their videos, whilst the PREMIUM version is for large-scale clients (VOD services, Broadcasters, Media, etc.). All packages are available with minimal integration with any type of video player.
About NICE PEOPLE AT WORK: Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Barcelona, NPaW offers online video content management, distribution and quality control, including encoding, digital rights management (DRM), distribution and QoS/Analytics.
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