MediaValet Supports Drivers Association by Securing Digital Asset Management

By CIOReview | Monday, January 25, 2016

Vancouver, BC: MediaValet, a cloud based asset management software provider has achieved the recognition from the Owner –Operator independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) to consolidate terabytes of rich media files representing case assets of their association. MediaValet delivers unmatched security protection, scalability and affordability to the organizations around the world.

MediaVallet is a cloud based, enterprise class, global and digital asset management system. It enhances the scalability of global network of data centers that Microsoft’s Windows Azure cloud platform offers. MediaVallet meets the digital asset management needs of any organization, large or small scale, without considering the location or the contents required to manage.             

MediaVallet features a secure web interface that enables users to quickly and securely browse assets by permission based categories. It also allows sorting assets by name, size, title, and approval date. MediaValet provides users with multiple ways to find the media assets through filtering keywords, asset type, attribute category name and approval status. The photos, videos, graphic, audio files and documents can be previewed by the users by clicking on respective thumbnails. The digital assets can also be shared and downloaded by choosing the exact format, size, DPI, and color spectrum required. Assets can be shared with other users using custom branded web galleries.

The Owner- Operator independent Drivers Association is a national trade association putting forward the interests of small-business trucking professionals and professional truck drivers. The association currently includes more than 150,000 members worldwide.

“Large associations such as OOIDA have to collaborate and share case assets securely amongst internal and external teams. Until now, a highly secure, scalable, and cost effective enterprise solution to not only share but easily archive and retrieve such assets wasn’t available,” said David MacLaren, founder and CEO, MediaValet.