Effectively delivering the best customer experiences is difficult when metadata is siloed across an organisation and difficult to manage. Fuse Metadata Manager enables you to manage complex editorial workflows and consolidate their metadata into a single, coherent, low latency dataset, creating a highly accurate, consolidated view through a single tool across content processing, ingest, catalogue management, presentation and publishing workflows. This gives the ability to manage the complete metadata lifecycle, leading to a more organised back office, improved ability to match and aggregate content and an enhanced quality of experience. Fuse Metadata Manager is currently being deployed by some of the largest broadcasters and pay-TV providers in the world.

Organise your back office

  • Ingest metadata from multiple sources into a single, coherent dataset using configurable rules
  • High performance distributed processing for large scale ingest
  • Easily transition metadata across back office silos with no loss of information

Improved matching & aggregation features

  • ID normalisation which can link, merge and enrich content
  • Deduplication of metadata enables single item presentation
  • Automatic matching with 95% accuracy (other 5% flagged for review)

Enhance quality of experience

  • Create an organised and complete metadata catalogue
  • Flexible, extensible metadata model that supports linear and digital metadata types
  • Decoupled from, but fully accessible to existing systems

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