What is FLOW Media Management?

FLOW Media Management’s website describes it as: "FLOW is EditShare's media management platform that supports and manages all types of media content, whether located on premise, in the cloud or as a hybrid implementation."

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Some frequently asked questions about FLOW Media Management
  • Does FLOW Media Management have: *File Compression? Nope.
    Reduction of file sizes by various compression methods
  • Does FLOW Media Management have: Data Tags and Categories? Nope.
    Create and implement custom tags and categories to help identify, label, and organize data
  • Does FLOW Media Management have: Visual Performance Analytics? Nope.
    Track performance or project progress and generate graphs, charts and visuals based on the data
  • Does FLOW Media Management have: Change Management? Yes!
    Submit, track, and approve change requests
  • Does FLOW Media Management have: *Drawing and Sketching Tools? Nope.
    Collaborate with teammates using tools to create or overlay drawings and graphics in a shared workspace
Founded

2003

Est. Annual Revenue

Employees

51-250

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