SOURCE: MediaBeacon, Inc.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN--(Marketwire - Sep 28, 2012) - MediaBeacon, Inc., a leading provider of rich media management solutions, announced the next major upgrade to its award-winning Digital Asset Management (DAM) platform. MediaBeacon R3volution 5.1 builds on the success of previous versions, while maintaining the solid foundation customers have come to expect. Creating on-demand media portals has never been easier. Key upgrades include:
- Innovative Predictive Search. MediaBeacon now analyzes search terms in real time, allowing users to see an intelligent summary of results before they search. Predictive Search relies on sophisticated data mining algorithms and access control rules to ensure compliance with enterprise access restrictions.
- New Themes Manager. Administrators now have complete control over the look and feel of the MediaBeacon interface. Corporate branding is a snap.
- Asset Feeds. Quickly publish assets across multiple MediaBeacon instances, either proxies or originals. Mirrored, searchable assets are only a click away.
- Expanded API. MediaBeacon's robust API makes it even easier to automate processes and interface with existing systems.
"I couldn't be prouder of the grace and power behind MediaBeacon 5.1," said Jason Bright, Founder and CTO of MediaBeacon. "It represents years of work and a complete adoption of HTML5."
Other enhancements include new interface elements, improvements to R3Search, MediaBeacon's integrated organic search engine, and better external application support.
MediaBeacon 5.1 is available now.
MediaBeacon is an award-winning enterprise digital asset management solutions provider. MediaBeacon's intuitive and highly personalizable widget-based solutions allow organizations to find, organize, convert, track, and distribute digital media across the enterprise and globally. Millions of files. Thousands of users. Sophisticated workspaces. Complete solutions are available for organizations in many industries, including Media and Entertainment, Print and Publishing, Retail, Manufacturing, Government, and Academia.
For more information, visit: www.mediabeacon.com.