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Infosys at NAB 2006


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Event Details

Date: April 22-27, 2006
Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center,
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Booth: SL3235 (Digital Asset Management Pavilion in the Lower South Hall)

NAB2006 showcases innovations in business and technology in audio and video content production, management and distribution covering the entire media spectrum.

 

Overview
Infosys is a key player in Digital Media Transformation with alliances across the entire value chain.

Infosys is showcasing services and solutions for the Digital Media Enterprise at Booth No SL3235. Find out how Digital Media Services can be utilized to monetize digital assets, improve collaboration and streamline production. Additionally learn how to innovate in the areas of:

  • Flexible Web services
  • Expandable and scaleable frameworks
  • Secure and redundant architectures

A live and interactive demonstration will highlight how Infosys integrates Microsoft's Connected Services Framework and off-the-shelf DAM (Digital Asset Management) applications rapidly for:

  • Content delivery personalization
  • Metadata-driven content management
  • Flexible subscription options
  • Utilizing third-party services
  • Innovating existing services

Learn more about our Media and Entertainment solutions and services.

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Session Overview

Date: Tuesday, April 25, 2006
Time: 11:00 AM - 12 noon PDT
Venue: DAM Pavilion - Lower South Hall.

How to Achieve Positive ROI and Low TCO
The right DAM (Digital Asset Management) system can boost revenues, lower operational costs and significantly streamline operations. Find out how an efficient implementation of DAM positively impacts return on investment and lowers total cost of ownership.

 

Speaker

Magan Arthur is the Principal Solutions Consultant at Infosys' Media and Entertainment (M&E) Practice. Magan is an acknowledged thought leader in Enterprise Digital Content Management. Prior to Infosys he has implemented large scale digital asset management systems at Getty Images, Boeing and Harcourt. His focus is now on building solutions for the digital media enterprise. He most recently worked with Sony Pictures Entertainment, Scripps Networks, Ascent Media and CanWest Media Works.

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