Transforming media management
A content management services company based in London will integrate business process management (BPM) software to generate new, more efficient workflows for projects.
itfc has chosen Active Endpoints’ ActiveVOS business process engine. With the new solution, itfc can remotely interact with and update third-party systems, as well as its own internal technology, to enable clients to benefit from more efficient workflows. itfc provides content management services to broadcasters and content owners, and is part of the Deluxe Entertainment Services Group.
Dave Harris, director of engineering and technology at itfc, says, “We chose the solution because it offered an industry-standard platform and good development tools for an affordable price. The system will be at the heart of many itfc projects and will provide significant benefits to our clients in terms of integration, efficiencies and our flexibility to meet their ever-changing requirements. We want to take integration one stage further.”
Active Endpoints reports that itfc will integrate ActiveVOS with its equipment via web services and service-oriented architecture to generate new workflows for one-off projects that require rapid deployment. The company also plans to offer customized web interfaces to its clients so they can initiate workflows within itfc.