BARCELONA, Spain –November 16, 2015– NICE PEOPLE AT WORK (NPAW), the technology leader in advanced media analytics and business intelligence today announced that Streaming Media, an industry leading publication, has recognized NPAW among the most important companies in online video.
The annual list is recognized as a key benchmark of the companies that are developing the most innovative technologies in the online video industry. The selection process involves more than 250 companies in the streaming media space, of which only 101 are chosen. Streaming Media’s staff and contributors rank all companies on a scale of 1 to 5 and the ones ranked with the highest scores are part of this great recognition.
“We are honored to be part of the Streaming Media 101 list. This acknowledgement proves our leadership within the industry, and validates our constant desire and commitment to providing our customers with the best technology in online video analytics and business intelligent tools,” said Ferran Gutiérrez, NPAW’s CEO. “This nomination provides a great motivation to us to continue our restless work in providing the best solutions to our customers,” he adds.
With new innovations and technologies constantly developing and emerging, it is critical for companies to exceed the standards that market demands. For this reason, NPAW feels proud to know that its efforts on providing customers with best-in-class products have yielded great results.
NPAW is a big data and business intelligence company serving the online media industry. Using real-time data we help our customers to deliver excellent video experiences. Our platform leads the industry in technologies integrated and devices supported, enabling our customers to take smart business decisions using in-depth and complete data. The company is privately held with VC backing, and was founded in 2008 with headquarters in Barcelona, Spain.
Please visit www.nicepeopleatwork.com for further information.
Diana Navas, NPAW
Tel: +34 931 22 21 11
James Noeker on November 16th 2015
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