Velocix expands SaaS portfolio with cloud-native video

SaaS news this week (March 15-March 21, 2021): Synamedia, Cloud VRM, TCS make the headlines this week. Read more.
Velocix expands SaaS portfolio with cloud-native video

Velocix Adds A Cloud-native Video Recording Manager To The SaaS Portfolio

Cloud VRM offers a modular interface for orchestrating and automating IP-based video capturing workflows for cloud DVR and time-shifted video applications. 

Using an infrastructure that is independent of the middleware and pre-integrated with various recording engine technologies, the service provides a robust, time-shifted viewing experience to customers on any connected screen.

The recently added multi-tenancy capabilities in Cloud VRM are intended to reduce operators' scale-out costs by orchestrating recording facilities across various locations and geographies using a single software implementation.

iClick Partners with Oracle to Provide Customized SaaS-Based Solutions

iClick Interactive Asia Group Limited and Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) announced a partnership with Oracle to introduce a personalized SaaS offering that will allow brands to better represent and engage with Chinese customers.
This partnership contributes to addressing the difficulties that multinational brands face in gaining an in-depth understanding of Chinese customers.
This partnership would guide customers from various media outlets to brands' official WeChat accounts and mini services, allowing brands to create memberships.

Latch Inc., A Saas Provider, Wants To Make Your Home Smarter

Latch will go public in a deal with a special purpose acquisition group funded by Tishman Speyer, a New York-based real estate corporation. The transaction with TS Innovation Acquisitions Corp. (ticker: TSIA), a SPAC, is scheduled to close in the second quarter and will provide Latch with an equity valuation of $1.56 billion as well as $510 million to finance expansion.
Residents may use their phones to open the door to their apartment, amenity rooms, and a building's main entrance, according to SaaS provider Latch Inc.

TCS Introduces an Automated Vulnerability Remediation Platform built on SaaS

Tata Consultancy Services releases a SaaS-based Automated Vulnerability Remediation tool that assists businesses in staying one step ahead of malware threats by detecting, prioritizing, and proactively repairing vulnerabilities in their tech libraries.

The SaaS-based distribution model allows businesses to get a fast start on a comprehensive and flexible remediation program with no upfront capital investment.

Synamedia Releases a Suite Of Data-driven SaaS Services

Synamedia Go is a scalable suite of data-driven SaaS services that allow pay-TV operators and OTT/D2C streaming providers to quickly complement and build value from their technology platforms.

These new platform-agnostic offerings, aimed at commercial, product, and editorial departments, deliver instant actionable outcomes, backed up by accelerated innovation, execution, and development to boost collaboration, loyalty, and sales.

AvePoint Launches SaaS Platform for Higher Education

According to a recent press release, the EduTech framework consists of three distinct SaaS resources intended to work with Microsoft 365: Curricula, Examena, and Vitae.

AvePoint, headquartered in Jersey City, New Jersey, has over 7 million cloud customers, estimated sales growth of more than 25% last year, and revealed in November that it is going public via a $2 billion deal with Apex Technology Acquisition Corp.

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