VMIX says that their approach to analytics, which they call 3D Analytics, offers the deepest data on views and reporting in the industry, and gives them the edge over other online video platforms. VMIX allows publishers to view aggregate data for multiple VMIX accounts, to track and respond to trends across multiple aspects of their business in a single view. Other platforms only show trends in a single account over time.
VMIX also allows publishers to filter data to make it more the reports more personal. For VMIX, it's not just about pretty graphs to impress stakeholders – it's about creating real value with tools to take analytics into reporting. Curci explained that their personal 3D analytics suite helps publishers make decisions on a predictive basis – to track what's working and what's not working and make changes to a campaign based on the performance of the specific video(s).
- Track and compare multiple metrics over time in a single graphic or data-table view
- Build highly focused, personalized reports that can be exported and embedded to display dynamic, up-to-the-minute data
- Create custom reporting dashboards on company intranets or any website, allowing stakeholders and partners to see up-to-date video analytics on any website, allowing stakeholders and partners to see video analytics
VMIX was founded in 2005 is based in San Diego, California. The company is privately-owned and has received $23.5 million to date. In the November 2009 Forrester Research Wave™ report: US Online Video Platforms, Q4 2009, that evaluated six of the leading online video platform vendors VMIX was recognized as a "Strong Performer"with its comprehensive offerings.
According to the report, "VMIX’s comprehensive package targets high-volume publishers with all-inclusive services, such as human moderation review for user-generated content, customized integration, training classes, and full technical support for all customers. Additionally, the platform has an internal syndication library of video content that it offers to customers to enhance their own existing video libraries. Given its focus on volume publishers, we believe that expanding the platform’s distribution and monetization capabilities will take the company to the next level."In more recent news, VMIX named Patrick Burns as the company’s President and CEO, replacing Mike Glickenhaus who has been President and CEO since 2008. See Jim O'Neill's article, VMIX names Patrick Burns CEO, as online video platform plans for growth - FierceOnlineVideo, for a candid conversation with Burns just two weeks into the job and how he plans to take the company to the next level in an ever-changing space.
VMIX has also been focusing on mobile development with iPad and HTML5-compatible video apps. Last month, VMIX released an open source iPad app and just last week, VMIX released an open source Mobile Video SDK for the Apple iPad and iPhone and also announced plans to support Google Android-based devices within the next month.
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