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Ingenta bolsters offering with two new products

Ingenta, a provider of technology solutions to publishers, is offering two new web-based platforms for media organisations – Truly Media and Editorial.

Author: News Desk

Posted on: 09 October 2018 06:40

Ingenta bolsters offering with two new products

Scott Winner: "These powerful new tools are addressing a modern-day media challenge for organisations of all shapes and sizes."

The new products, which have been developed specifically with the complex challenges of the multimedia, newspaper and magazine industries in mind, will empower publishers to take full control of content across multiple channels and help journalists assess the reliability of social media sources, says Ingenta.

Truly Media is a collaborative platform which enables journalists and newsrooms to evaluate the validity levels of user-generated digital content shared across a variety of social media networks.

The tool is fully scalable and can be adopted by large multinational media organisations or smaller outlets with just a handful of journalists, and it can be used to:

* Locate and aggregate content from multiple social media sources

* Build content collections and share with colleagues in real time

* Use built-in verification tools to validate sources and make decisions

Editorial is a product suite which allows multi-channel publishers and news agencies to converge and manage content from a single platform. Editorial is available in two different editions – Publisher and Agency – both covering the planning, production, archiving, publishing and distribution of multimedia content.

The Publisher edition is designed to help organisations redefine and simplify their workflows, helping them to fully automate processes while offering powerful digital asset management tools, along with automatic pagination and “one click” cross channel publishing capabilities.

Meanwhile the Agency tool enables newsrooms to transform the way they collect, verify, create, archive, distribute and sell news, allowing them to automate their aggregation and syndication processes and monetise their assets.

Scott Winner, CEO at Ingenta, stated: “These powerful new tools are addressing a modern-day media challenge for organisations of all shapes and sizes, whether they are digital first, print first, broadcast or social media publishers. What’s more they complement our Publishing and Advertising systems. We’re really excited to be rolling out these innovative products and in contributing to solve some of the challenges in today’s world.”

Ingenta is exhibiting Editorial and its other solutions at DCX/IFRA this week.

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