Bitmovin launches partner programme
April 2, 2019
Bitmovin, a specialist in online video technology, has announced a global partner programme that will debut at NAB. The programme will empower technology and commercial partners to rapidly deploy innovative, scalable and highly customised video delivery solutions to any customer.
The new partner programme offers a combination of hands-on technical training, sales, co-marketing activities and go-to-market support resources combined with early access to new product features. It will enable partners including integrators, video technology providers and consulting companies to rapidly deliver highly customised solutions based on Bitmovin’s player, encoding and analytics products. This means that Bitmovin’s customers will be able to tap into a global pool of trusted, local partners to help them create advanced video services.
“Bitmovin’s industry leading video technology enables partners to use its APIs to create tailored solutions that meet the client’s exact network, content and experience needs. The new partner programme will enable us to tap into the product’s capabilities and flexibility in a privileged way with unparalleled access to specialist engineers, support and co-marketing resources. We are delighted to be partnering with Bitmovin to achieve our shared growth and international expansion objectives,” said Francesco Moretti, Deputy CEO Fincons Group and CEO Fincons US.
Global commercial partners joining the Bitmovin program at launch include:
- Beenius (Slovenia)
- Communication Video Engineer (Italy)
- Digital Convergence Technologies (India)
- Fincons Group (Italy)
- G&L Systemhaus (Germany)
- Irdeto (Netherlands)
- Itochu (Japan)
- NMR (UK)
- Pan Arab Media (Egypt)
- RealTecBridge (South Korea)
These add to Bitmovin’s extensive existing list of technology partners, which includes Unified Streaming, Yospace, Cleeng and more to create a worldwide technology partner network.
“Service providers need to be sure they can create reliable, innovative and differentiated services to attract and keep audiences. The pace of change is driving a shift from closed technology to open, flexible approaches that can better support innovation,” said Stefan Lederer, CEO at Bitmovin. “Our new partner programme means we can significantly extend the number of partners we work with – and offer them far more support and access that will help them meet customer needs now and in the future.”