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ValueLabs to unveil Digital Solutions for Media industry at NAB Show 2016

ValueLabs to unveil Digital Solutions for Media industry at NAB Show 2016

14 Apr 2016

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yderabad, India, April 12, 2016: ValueLabs, a global leader in enterprise consulting and system integration services, will unveil its transformational solutions for the media and entertainment (M&E) industry at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show between April 16 and April 21 at Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. The company plans to highlight how its solutions digitalize the content value chain across the M&E ecosystem and help drive business model innovation.

The solutions aim at Cloud-based content production, personalization, legacy modernization and digital architecture engineering. This positioning is reflected in ValueLabs’ theme for the event, titled ‘From Back-office to Front-office, ValueLabs makes it mark’.
Gartner predicts steady growth for the M&E in keeping with the increasing role of technology. In 2014, an estimated $50 billion was spent on IT in the sector worldwide. While North America is the biggest media market, emerging economies in Latin America and Asia-Pacific hold potential for high growth.

According to Gartner, the banking sector is set to witness a steady growth, despite challenging conditions and recessionary pockets in some regions. In 2015, an estimated $350 billion was spent on IT in the banking sector worldwide. Within this, the emerging Asia Pacific region is expected to perform well with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.1% from 2013 through 2019.

“Our solutions help transform the media industry value chain by connecting the dots across production companies, broadcasters, studios, research labs and technology products. These include Cloud-based products for production and post production, rights management, asset management, digital distribution and over-the-top solutions. At this year’s Show, we expect to see a convergence of ideas on how our wide range of solutions and services could be better leveraged to meet the media industry’s transformational objectives through discussions with thought leaders, solution providers, partners and industry participants. We are excited to be a part of it,” Ram Manjeri, Senior Vice President – Sales and Marketing at ValueLabs, said in a statement.

ValueLabs will host customers, partners and visitors for discussions in the exhibit area of the Show (MESA Counter). To discuss, please reach out to Edward Altman, Vice President – Media and Education, ValueLabs on +1 818 324-2270.
 
About ValueLabs
ValueLabs is a leading business technology services and solutions provider catering to over 150 customers through 25 offices spread globally. Drawing on more than 5000 employees, innovative solutions and a flexible extended team engagement model, the company helps its clients stay ahead of the learning curve, drive revenues, and enhance market position. It has several long-standing client relationships, with the average tenure of its top 15 clients being more than nine years. Over nearly two decades since its inception, thriving on the principles of Perfection, Love, Unselfishness and Strength (PLUS), the company is ‘inspired by potential’ and is a firm believer in the Company as a Platform (CaaP) concept. Its services span across consulting, digital solutions, software product and application development, maintenance, quality assurance, infrastructure and product engineering services for leading organizations across verticals.
 
About NAB 2016
The National Association of Broadcasters is the voice for America’s radio and television broadcasters. As the premier trade association for broadcasters, NAB advances the interests of affiliate members in the federal government, industry and public affairs, improves the quality and profitability of broadcasting, encourages content and technology innovation, and spotlights the important and unique ways stations serve their communities.
 
For more details, contact: 
Ph: +91-40-66239000 Ext: 32254
Email: marketing@valuelabs.com