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Aims Community College to Deploy YuJa Enterprise Video Platform to Store, Manage and Deliver Multimedia Content

YuJa, Inc., a leader in enterprise media solutions, recently announced a partnership with Aims Community College, a public college with a number of locations in northern Colorado. With YuJa, Aims Community College will be able to effectively store, manage and deliver video and other multimedia content.

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“YuJa makes media accessible across formats and in any location, while also integrating with other learning tools.”

Formerly a TechSmith Knowmia customer, college officials were seeking a comprehensive solution that would allow audio and video to be captured, imported, stored and shared within an easy-to-use, web-driven interface, and that would be effective in a variety of learning environments. In addition to academics, the Video Platform will be used by teams in marketing, student services and in other departments. The ability to use the platform from any location and integration with single sign-on and the college’s LMS were among the requirements for the selected solution.

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“With YuJa’s Enterprise Video Platform, Aims will be able to deliver on its goal of creating opportunities for distance delivery to ultimately provide a better teaching and learning experience for students,” said Nathan Arora, Chief Business Officer at YuJa, Inc. “YuJa makes media accessible across formats and in any location, while also integrating with other learning tools.”

With the help of YuJa’s Customer Success Team, previously recorded media is being transferred from TechSmith Knowmia, which announced in early 2021 that it was phasing out enterprise education video hosting from its business model. YuJa has experience migrating hundreds of thousands of terabytes of video data from competitor’s platforms. YuJa is offering migration incentives for former TechSmith Knowmia customers that include a custom-built migration toolkit; an opportunity to receive up to $5,000 in either human captioning or AI-based automatic captioning; data migration; and a team of implementation specialists to help relink video assets, integrate systems and train faculty and staff.

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