Introducing Enterprise

Since we launched, we’ve been determined to reimagine the way teams collaborate on video. It’s incredible to see where we’ve come together – over 300,000 pros using from companies of all shapes and sizes including the likes of Vice, Turner Broadcast Systems, Buzzfeed and DJI.

But along the way we’ve realized (thanks to great feedback from you) that every company works a little differently. And for large companies – like major media organizations, agencies and global brands – you need tools designed for the scale at which you operate. That’s why we’re introducing Enterprise today.

Enterprise scales to fit companies of all sizes, whether that’s 50 or 50,000. Powerful team management, security, and administrative controls let you tailor to the way you work. With everything in one platform, you get visibility into the work happening across your company while individual teams have dedicated spaces to focus on their most important projects.

We are motivated to build the tools to help you do what you do best: create brilliant video. If you’re interested in taking your video collaboration to the next level, we’d love to help. Get in touch and let us give you and your team a personalized walkthrough. Enterprise Overview Enterprise

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A Closer Look at Enterprise

Powerful Team Management

Enterprise offers everything large companies need to manage their creative process at scale. Admins can organize teams by department, brand, production or whatever best suits your company structure.

With this organization teams can work in their own workspaces much like they do with today. Admins can control team access and visibility and manage thresholds for team size and resource allocations all from a single platform.

Built For Security From The Ground Up

With Enterprise, you have the peace of mind that all the media and other info you upload to is safe and secure. There’s support for Single Sign-On, high-security workstations, team-level privacy, bank-level encryption and much more.

And if there is ever a case where one of your devices is lost or stolen, we’ve got you covered. Admins can quickly disable active sessions, protecting against a potential security breach that would otherwise jeopardize proprietary or sensitive client information.

Next Level Customer Support

When it comes to video production, we know project schedules can get crazy. Every minute counts. (Post don’t stop if you know what I mean). So we’re bringing next level support to make sure your creative process never skips a beat. There’s customized on-boarding, dedicated account representatives and prioritized support to help you and your teams take full advantage of everything has to offer.

Lives Where You Work is your command central for video, so it’s deeply integrated with your existing editing, publishing, and communication tools. Integrations for Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects, Avid, Final Cut Pro, Slack and Vimeo accelerate your workflow without ever having to worry about switching context.

  • Jeff Handy

    Your development team is certainly earning their keep! To me, Enterprise also means open API. If you’re offering an API, that would be of great interest since we are looking to integrate our review and approval tools for video with a DAM system. (OpenText in particular)

    • EmeryWells

      Totally understand. It’s in the works!

      • Jeff Handy

        That’s great to hear, Emery! I’ll be watching out for that blog post. 😀

        • Jeff Handy

          And if you can get the attention of OpenText, I think IPV would have their closest competitor in, but with a huge competitive advantage in cost.

  • Congratulations on the enterprise

    We are working on tools that speed up the delivery process from set significantly.
    If there is an API through which we could push files and metadata to, we work with some larger clients who would be extremely interested in that functionality.

    I love what you guys are doing here!


    • EmeryWells

      Thanks Gunleik. We’re working on it!

  • Jeff Handy

    I was about to share this post when I saw the video was gone.