Profuz makes its first stride into APAC

With the support of Canal+ Myanmar FG, Profuz LAPIS — a global business process and information management platform — is making its first stride into the Asia-Pacific region.

Canal+, a leading pay-TV group from France, is partnering with Burmese media company Forever Group to localise international content on DTT, DTH and mobile devices for Canal+ Myanmar FG subscribers in the region. Hence, Canal+ has adopted Profuz LAPIS solutions to process, manage and control the localisation of thousands of hours of legacy and newly produced content, ensuring quality subtitling and file-format compliance in playout and broadcast.

Alexander Stoyanov, PBT EU’s sales director and partner, said: “After a successful trial of the system at Canal+ Myanmar FG, the team was convinced that Profuz LAPIS is the right fit for them.

“The system delivered on user-access power, control and workflow definition possibilities, along with its scalability and flexibility required for the mammoth scope of vast deliverables.

“We very much look forward to working with Canal+ Myanmar FG as it continues to extend its global presence.”

PBT EU is a broadcast system integrator and manufacturer based in Bulgaria.

Profuz LAPIS system is designed to create scalable customised modules that can adapt to every type of complex business structure. It effectively connects all the dots that a business interacts with, including multiple-companies, outsourcing, partners, suppliers and customers, while adapting to the needs of the organisation.

Maxime Woimant, chief technology and information officer at Canal+ Myanmar FG, said:

”Canal+ Myanmar FG is managing nine in-house channels internally, implying a massive amount of media assets to secure, localise, index and control.

“Profuz LAPIS was the perfect match for us to combine a media asset management with our specific internal workflows.

“PBT EU’s team has provided a strong support all along the project in order to customise the product according to our specifications and to make it a powerful solution, yet very user-friendly for our collaborators and partners.”

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