The Leading Marketing Globalization Platform Enables Vidyard Customers to Accelerate Localization of Video Content to Reach Global Audiences and Extend the Value of Their Video Investments
Cloudwords, the market-leading cloud-based marketing globalization platform, announced a partnership with Vidyard, the leading video platform for business, to help marketers localize their video content at scale and reach global audiences with multilingual video content. Through the partnership, Cloudwords will offer an integrated localization solution for Vidyard customers that will enable users to significantly accelerate and simplify the process of localizing video content to improve global go-to-market timelines and reach multilingual audiences faster. The new Cloudwords customer experience for Vidyard will initially be offered to a select number of companies prior to expanded rollout in May 2018.
“Video is truly the next frontier in high-impact marketing content and Vidyard is at the forefront of that revolution,” said Michael Meinhardt, CEO & founder of Cloudwords. “Leveraging the collective power of Cloudwords and Vidyard, localization of video content is easier and faster than ever. Together with Vidyard, we continue to deliver on our core value promise: faster time to revenue worldwide.”
“Businesses are now investing in video content as a core part of their marketing, sales, and customer experience strategies. They require global reach to ensure they can appeal to prospects and customers in any region around the globe,” said Tyler Lessard, VP Marketing at Vidyard. “We’re thrilled to partner with Cloudwords to ensure our customers have access to a leading globalization platform that will help them easily manage multilingual video content that can help them expand their reach and extend the value of their video assets.”
Through the Cloudwords for Vidyard experience, video content is transcribed and translated through a seamless workflow experience with integrated project collaboration and streamlined approval processes, resulting in shorter time-to-completion for the localization of video content.