Tech Blog Writer Podcast Features Maven Wave’s Reveal

Tech Blog Writer Podcast Features Maven Wave’s Reveal

Tech columnist Neil Hughes recently invited Maven Wave’s own Brad Foster to come on his Tech Blog Writer Podcast, which aims to unite and connect the global tech community. Neil and Brad discussed Reveal, Maven Wave’s video platform for the enterprise. Read on for more!

It seems that whatever problem we encounter in life, we naturally turn to YouTube for a how to fix video rather than read a confusing manual. But why is it in most corporate environments, we are expected to revert to reading 100-page documents written by a burnt out employee with 30 years service.

This is just one of the reasons why Maven Wave is has launched an enterprise video solution called Reveal. Reveal features a familiar video streaming experience combined with enterprise-level security, content management, and analytics. The company recognized the need in the market for a platform that meets the needs of large organizations and is both simple to use and cost efficient.

“The use of video in the enterprise has significantly lagged in comparison to the consumer market. We all use YouTube in our daily lives to learn and communicate, but we rarely use it at work. Maven Wave saw the opportunity to address that gap. Reveal allows companies to bring video to everyone in the workplace while providing control over the video content,” advised Brad Foster, Google Cloud Practice Lead at Maven Wave.

Listen to the full interview below.

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Companies seeking to accelerate performance rely on Maven Wave for strategy-led, results-focused consulting and technology advancement. Our solutions enable enterprises, people, and machines to collaborate and communicate anytime, anywhere, on any device. Through the power of social networks, a mobile workforce, and the capacity for analytics to drive decision making, Maven Wave delivers innovative business solutions that are made possible by the emerging global ubiquity of cloud computing.