Video Asset Management: How To Make Your User Interface Industry Specific

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Overcast MAX #5: Max User Interface (UI)

Video asset management is a reality for most enterprises today.

That’s because video is a phenomenal tool in so many areas of business: marketing, sales, video conferencing, live streaming, product videos, tutorials, HR, training videos, ads, promo videos, animation, corporate communications, and social videos — to name but a few.

Therefore, it makes sense to use a video asset management platform to put manners on this collection of big, complex files and to facilitate seamless collaboration. 

Max User Interface (UI)

However, not all UIs are equal…for instance, when talking about different industries. So, while the media industry would use keywords such as “assets” and “projects”, the security industry would refer to “evidence” and “cases”. 

Overcast Max UI is service designed to allow you and your organisation to use relevant terms — you can customise our video platform to your industry or business.

Benefits of Max User Interface in video asset management

Personalisation

Think about it: your clients and potential customers are accustomed to the jargon in your industry. By personalising the terminology, you create familiarity that makes onboarding and adoption easier.

Brand identification

Customise our video platform using your brand imagery and colours so that your customers can easily identify it as yours and enjoy a consistent user experience. You can even use a unique URL. Your customers won’t even know we are there!

Tech stack integration

We all need so much functionality in our websites and software tools these days that tech stacks are inevitable. But your customers could become confused if confronted with multiple interfaces. So, why not make it easy for them by consolidating your workflows under a single brand?

Let us help you

In addition to Max UI, we provide eight other Overcast MAX products that make video collaboration effortless. If you’d like to learn more, check in with Philippe on info@overcasthq.com or click here to get in touch. 

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