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Join us for our next webinar on Improving QoE Through Analytics & Business Intelligence Tools.

Our next webinar is approaching and we hope that you are as excited as we are. Reliable and constant video playback experience is seen increasingly as a top priority for streaming service providers. Buffering, poor video quality or a lack of player functionality can negatively affect Quality of Experience and turn your viewers away. Therefore, its’ important to make sure that customers have a reliable and constant video playback experience in order to reach the goals set out by the published video or stream post.

In this webinar, Nice People At Work (NPAW) and castLabs will join forces to demonstrate how utilizing robust player software, analytics, and business intelligence can provide ideal streaming experiences to maintain customer satisfaction. Join our experts of online video, Alberto Gómez and Thasso Griebel, to learn how measuring and tracking Quality of Experience (QoE) can present actionable insights to prevent your users from facing unintended playback issues.

There will be two sessions to ensure attendance at reasonable time for both North American (Wed Oct 26 13:00pm EDT/10:00am PDT) and European (Tue Oct 25 10:00am CEST) registrants.

Register here now!

Joaquin De Miguel on September 28th 2016

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