Overcast Releases Collaboration Tool on AWS Marketplace

Overcast is pleased to announce that we have released our first product on the Amazon Web Services Marketplace.

Called “Video and Digital Asset Review and Approval” the SaaS application is designed to help those on the AWS Marketplace to get the service up and running at the click of a button.

“This is great news for Overcast and Amazon. While Overcast gets exposure to Amazon’s 1million customers on the Marketplace, those customers also get access to the very first review and approvals platform for video,” says Philippe Brodeur, CEO of Overcast.

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For more information – please call Philippe on +353 86 834-7881

 

Note to editors:

Overcast is a video collaboration and approvals platform for business teams. We help tech and, importantly, non-technical teams store, transcode and manage video by automating the many challenges around sharing large, complex files.

Of course, we manage all other types of digital content too – but we specialise in video. Our unified solution helps business, sales and marketing teams save time and money so they can scale their content vision.

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