Signiant’s Latest White Paper Now Available as a Media Resource
Signiant, a developer of content supply chain management solutions, announced the publication of its latest white paper, “The New Economics of International Content Distribution.” The research project explores the economic realities of today’s international content distribution processes as the industry continues to migrate to digital, file-based workflows, including the inefficiencies, delays, and high costs of traditional tape-based methods of file delivery.
“This white paper is a valuable resource for the media, as well as our partners, customers, and prospects, to help them better understand the forces that are shaping today’s increasingly digital media operations,” said Rick Clarkson, vice president of product management for Signiant. “In the paper, we explain why so many global media organizations are gradually migrating away from the old ‘tried and true’ tape-based methods of content distribution to new technologies that can accelerate digital file exchanges over a wide area network. The result is an immediate ROI through a system that is 10 times less expensive than tape and 80 times less expensive than satellite transmission — with a productivity gain of at least 50 percent through process automation.”
The white paper is now available for downloading from the Signiant website at www.signiant.com/company/whitepapers.