Qumu Integrates Nexidia Dialogue Search Into Video Control Center

Qumu, a business video platform provider, is integrating Nexidia Dialogue Search into Qumu Video Control Center to enhance the searching of video content across the enterprise.

Qumu's video platform empowers companies to capture, manage and distribute live and on-demand content throughout the organization.

Nexidia's patented Dialogue Search now gives employees a way to find and view valuable content by pinpointing where any word or phrase is spoken in their company's webcasts, training videos, and employee-generated content. Nexidia's technology searches across an organization's media silos and geographies simultaneously, and supports multiple languages.

"Video is now a daily part of business, yet studies show that the average knowledge worker spends 12 percent of his time searching for content," said Ray Hood, senior vice president and general manager of Qumu, in a statement. "The media that a company compiles is only valuable if their employees view it. Nexidia's Dialogue Search allows our customers to easily and precisely find the material they're looking for—material they may never find at all with standard metadata."

"The spoken word is the richest, most pervasive, and most under-utilized source of metadata in recorded media," said Drew Lanham, senior vice president and general manager of media and entertainment for Nexidia. "Our partnership with Qumu is a great step in extending the power of dialogue search from the film and broadcast industries into the enterprise, and on to education and the new digital consumer."

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