The New Standard in Multiscreen Video Merchandising
Make a business decision, transform your apps and measure results the same day. With a drag and drop interface designed for content professionals, not engineers, Massive AXIS is the enterprise-class, cloud-based platform behind today’s leading multiscreen video services. Its sophisticated visual content programming and navigation management tools are paired with powerful scheduling and subscription management features that are all operated from one easy to use interface.
Our award-winning design and innovation studio is behind some of the most significant multiscreen environments used around the world every day. We specialise in conceiving and launching new products or evolving existing environments for media, broadcaster, telecom and airline clients.
With 20 years’ unparalleled experience leading complex video platform deployments, our heritage puts us at ease when working on important, large-scale environments and multi-vendor technology integrations. Our proven methodologies result in reduced overall cost of ownership and services that launch efficiently, on time and within budget.
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www.rapidtvnews.com | news. Massive Interactive has unveiled a major update to Massive AXIS, its video merchandising platform, offering operators the ability to package, present and monetise video assets in real-time across any device. Debuting at NAB 2017, the real-time video merchandising software provides an alternative way for... Read more >| NEWS
www.broadcastbeat.com | news. Massive Interactive today announced the launch of a major update to Massive AXIS, its video merchandising platform, offering operators the ability to package, present and monetize their video assets in real-time across any device. New features will debut during NAB Show 2017 at Massive’s... Read more >| NEWS
www.apb-news.com | news | By Dominic De Lorenzo. The digital entertainment universe is growing at an unrelenting pace. Business Insider recently highlighted a report from BI Intelligence that suggested the Asia-Pacific region could have up to 158 million subscription video-on-demand (SvoD) subscribers by 2021. With China and emerging... Read more >