CHESA CEO to Talk New Asset Management Realities at Oct. 20 M&E Day
With major metadata and content migrations, one thing media and entertainment companies need to keep in mind is it’s not always about what works. It’s about what doesn’t work. And why.
That’s the mantra of digital media workflow solutions firm Chesapeake Systems (CHESA), with CEO Jason Paquin and Louise Shideler, business development, set to share their experiences in today’s asset management space at the Oct. 20 Media & Entertainment Day, a live, worldwide virtual event, taking place during the all-new NAB Show New York digital experience.
“Benefit from our unique perspective, and walk away with insights from our 10,000 hours of experience gained through project work with hundreds of clients,” Paquin said of the upcoming presentation, “The No. 1 Thing We Learned about Asset Management is NOT about Technology.” “Don’t be spooked: your next migration need not be painful.”
The presentation will delve into CHESA’s discovery that the greatest challenges in migration projects are rarely what you’d expect going in, and that while many may give lip service to “expectation management,” CHESA will show what that tangibly looks like.
M&E Day is sponsored by IBM Security, Microsoft Azure, Shift, Akamai, Cartesian, Chesapeake Systems, ContentArmor, Convergent Risks, Digital Nirvana, edgescan, EIDR, PK, Richey May Technology Solutions, STEGA, Synamedia and Signiant, and is being produced by MESA, in cooperation with NAB Show New York, and in association with the Content Delivery & Security Association (CDSA) and the Hollywood IT Society (HITS).