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Qumu Named a Top Streaming Engine by Wainhouse Research

Evaluation based on completeness of solution and extensibility

Qumu Corporation, a leading provider of cloud-based enterprise video technology, announced it has been positioned by Wainhouse Research, LLC in the Top Right Quadrant of the 2022 State of the Market for Enterprise Streaming Solutions report for the sixth time.

“IT teams are facing growing demand to supply their teams with robust enterprise video solutions that allow organizations to embrace a work from anywhere culture. Top streaming engines can flex and scale to the organizations unique environment, helping to more readily bridge the gaps of hybrid work.”

The report features the Wainhouse Enterprise Streaming Technology Landscape, which segments vendors into categories based on their completeness of solution and extensibility. Wainhouse places Qumu in the Streaming Engine category. According to the report, these platforms are purpose-built to enable enterprise streaming on a turnkey basis with an open approach that enables them to extend functionality through integration with third-party technologies.

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“With flexible hybrid work, organizations are looking for better ways to effectively engage with employees,” said Steve Vonder Haar, senior analyst at Wainhouse Research. “IT teams are facing growing demand to supply their teams with robust enterprise video solutions that allow organizations to embrace a work from anywhere culture. Top streaming engines can flex and scale to the organizations unique environment, helping to more readily bridge the gaps of hybrid work.”

“We’re honored to be named a Top Streaming Engine in the industry,” said TJ Kennedy, CEO and President of Qumu. “Over the past year, focus has never been sharper on delivering a smarter, more reliable video platform. We proudly have supported and will continue to support our customers as they leverage video to achieve business goals and engage employees while making the swift shift to hybrid work models.”

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