Qumu Corporation | June 08, 2022
Qumu Corporation (Nasdaq: QUMU), a leading provider of cloud-based enterprise video technology, announced it has been positioned by Wainhouse Research, LLC in the top right quadrant of the newly revised vendor landscape for behind-the-firewall streaming solutions.The report, Rethinking the Enterprise Streaming Video Platform Market, features vendors in categories based on their completeness of solution and extensibility. Wainhouse places Qumu in the Purpose-Built Streaming category. According to the report, these platforms are purpose-built to enable enterprise streaming on a turnkey basis with a robust set of open APIs that facilitate the integration with other communication and collaboration technologies.
This is the seventh time Qumu has placed in the top-right quadrant for the enterprise video landscape. Global 2000 organizations trust Qumu for their video communications at scale to achieve business goals. Over the last 12 months, our customers have created more than 10,000 videos/month and reached more than 7 million views/month.
“The growth momentum in enterprise video use corresponds to how organizations increasingly operate with end users working from anywhere, on any device, at any time and connecting to corporate resources in internet-accessible cloud platforms,”
-Steve Vonder Haar, Senior Analyst at Wainhouse Research.
This recognition comes in a year of prolonged disruption,” said Rose Bentley, CEO and President of Qumu. “Companies around the world and across industries continue to be challenged by the pandemic, constrained labor availability, and global shortages of raw materials, to name a few. It has become even more critical for companies to rethink and reprioritize how they engage with their employees, customers and partners, making video a critical tool in their tech stack. It is the cornerstone of digital transformation for the enterprise.
For more information about Qumu, visit Qumu.com.
About Qumu Corporation
Qumu (Nasdaq: QUMU) is a leading provider of best-in-class tools to create, control, deliver, experience and analyze live and asynchronous video at scale. Backed by an experienced team of software and video experts, Qumu’s software enables globally distributed organizations to drive employee, customer and partner engagement, modernizing business by providing more efficient and effective ways to communicate and collaborate.
About Wainhouse Research
Wainhouse Research is an independent analyst firm that focuses on critical issues in the unified communications and collaboration market. The company provides end-to-end coverage of the UC&C industry, with areas of focus covering unified communications, enterprise video, meeting room collaboration, personal & web-based collaboration, and audio conferencing market segments. The company acts as a trusted advisor providing strategic advice and direction for both the UC&C industry and its enterprise users. http://www.wainhouse.com.
digitaltrends | January 20, 2019
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