EditShare Sees 24% Increase in Sales
EditShare has bucked market trends by continuing its remarkable growth in sales and global presence. 2021 saw a 24% increase in sales over 2020.
“What is most satisfying, is that while we have won big projects from some of the largest media and entertainment companies, enterprises and houses of worship, we have seen success come from all corners of the world,” states EditShare’s Chief Revenue Officer Said Bacho.
Alongside GBH and Unity 3D in the US, EditShare has worked on projects for Zee News in India and TV5 in The Philippines, as well as some of the leading production and post houses like Soul Movie in Rome and Director’s Cut in London. These installations, combined with some impressive projects in the Middle East including, Saudi Arabia’s NEOM futuristic city, Expo2020 Dubai showcase and the Iraqi Parliament, have cemented EditShare’s upwards trajectory.
EditShare’s continued success is derived from its open architecture that enables its customers to scale their business and media platforms on-prem, in a hybrid configuration or in the cloud
EditShare’s robust and reliable tools used by content creators around the world include its EFS networked shared storage and FLOW workflow and media management software, that easily integrate with leading editorial tools such as Adobe Premiere Pro and DaVinci Resolve. Through a partnership with AWS, EditShare also offers a seamless route to cloud and hybrid architectures for scalable, remote operation and storage protection applications.
“Our growth depends upon our partnerships with other technology leaders ― and very importantly ― with our channel partners who provide the vital link between us and our global users,” adds Bacho. “Our investment in channel partner engagement over the last 12 months, supporting them with technical and product knowledge and making configuration and ordering easier, has really paid dividends, and we’re excited to continue this further in 2022.”