09.24.2008 09:26 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Xytech Systems reveals MediaPulse at IBC2008

The MediaPulse application suite was designed in conjunction with Microsoft engineers using the latest .NET technology to satisfy increasingly sophisticated industry requirements for deep functionality, flexibility, ease of configuration and deployment, as well as open integration with other applications, while leveraging the designs of the Xytech Enterprise product line. The end result is faster out-of-the-box deployment, closer alignment of the application screens with user workflows, increased user and resource productivity, and significantly lower total cost of ownership.

In combination with the current .NET-based Xytech Service Request Web and Xytech Digital Order Workflow Manager Modules, users can now attain a complete, integrated, streamlined, end-to-end modular solution that allows internal and external customers to place orders through the Web, including costing and other information, process such work orders internally for creative and media services, and have content delivered automatically.

The MediaPulse architecture provides key benefits that directly increase user productivity including: the ability to configure application screens and workflows; high performance, easy deployment and openness; and powerful reporting with drill down.

For more information, visit www.xytechsystems.com.

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