Oris4, a developer of next-generation content management systems, today announced an exciting advance in powerful enterprise findability and data aggregation capabilities of its flagship software product. Oris4 will now automatically index users' video content regardless of source, file name or format. Oris4's ability to aggregate, search and display all crucial content from disparate sources based on contextual relevance provides enterprises with complete, easy-to-use and dependable enterprise content management system.
The ability to index video content adds another important source of corporate information and memory to Oris4's popular cloud- and enterprise-based sources of business information such as
"Video content is a vital piece of information in an increasingly visual world," said Reza Kazemipour, CEO of Oris4. "Our customers, especially in publishing and marketing, have indicated that getting the right video when they need it is as important as the right document. It's a huge part of how they work."
Short form video (less than five minutes in length) comprises an exponentially growing portion of content created in business today in
"Oris4 provides a better way to find and use our valuable corporate information regardless of the content source or name. It delivers on the promise of enterprise findability -- getting the right document or video in our hands quickly -- saving us time and making us money," said
Oris4's contextual indexing delivers the digital video, document, file or email business users need to do their job when they need it. Each file is linked to the people or companies users are working with and available to them regardless of how and where it was saved. Forbes.com described Oris4 in this way, "Anyone who's ever used cloud storage can instantly see the value of this sort of offering."
Oris4 will be demonstrating enhancements to Oris4, The Content Findability Engine, at the DataWeek 2013 Conference & Festival in
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