Pronology brings tapeless workflows to the set
Pronology, a developer of tapeless workflow solutions, will feature its integration and Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings at the 2014 IBC show. In addition to providing its digital media asset management (MAM) platform, content producers can also contract Pronology as a service provider in order to afford them the ability to implement a tapeless workflow for a predetermined amount of time.
The Pronology team specialises in specifying and configuring any required hardware, and ensuring that all hardware and software pieces are optimally integrated. It can also train on-site personnel to operate and maintain the system themselves throughout the production cycle.
Pronology’s software offers the ability for production teams, either locally or remotely, to not only access clips immediately after recording a production, but also host the media for screening and retrieval long after the acquisition phase has wrapped. Pronology has supplied its services to several television productions, including Big Brother Canada, Chopped Canada, season 12 of Who Wants to be a Millionaire? and Dr. Phil.
“We are excited to highlight our SaaS capabilities to the international broadcast and production communities at IBC, as it is the ideal environment to display our ability to accommodate the wide range of workflows being used today,” said Jonathan Aroesty, co-founder of Pronology. “At Pronology, we take pride in using our real-world industry experience to provide the best tools, and to advise on-site crews from the start to finish of a production as to “best practices”.”