Arvato Systems' Media Solutions Now Represented by Mexico's Leading Broadcast Systems Integrator

arvato Systems announces that it is entering into a partnership agreement with Mexico's leading broadcasting systems integrator, Video Integra S.A. de C.V. in Monterrey. Video Integra will represent arvato Systems' product portfolio for Media Asset Management, Ingest Automation, Collaborative Editing, and Studio Production.

​arvato Systems creates products and delivers projects for broadcasters and media companies. Backed by comprehensive media industry experience and expertise, arvato Systems software solutions are designed to fit the specific requirements of the broadcast and media sector. With headquarters in Germany, the company is focused on continuing its expansion in and beyond Europe. In Mexico, its portfolio for Media Asset Management (VPMS), Ingest Automation (Origin), Collaborative Editing (EditMate) and Studio Production (ClipJOCKEY) will be represented by the local, leading systems integrator, Video Integra S.A. de C.V. in Monterrey.

Eivind Sandstrand, Corporate Business Manager for arvato Systems North America says about the new partnership: “We are delighted to be working with the talented people at Video Integra with their dedication to quality and excellence in engineering, and who focus on providing nothing but the best solutions for their customers.” Jose Francisco Pena and Cesar Ramos Miranda, co-founders and principals, added “Video Integra has built its reputation by delivering quality projects to clients in Mexico and arvato Systems has the right solutions that we wish to represent as we grow our business.”

Learn more about the new partnership as well as arvato Systems’ solution portfolio for broadcasters and media companies during the NAB Show in Las Vegas from April 16-21 at Stand SU5515 or online at www.it.arvato.com/broadcast.

"Our partnership with Video Integra is an important building block in our North American strategy, and we have already begun working together in this exciting region of our market."

Rob Fox, arvato Systems' Vice President Media North America

About Video Integra: Video Integra is a premier systems integrator headquartered in Cd. De Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico with an operating office in Cd. De Guadalajara. With a network of independent dealers located in major cities we are constantly expanding our geographical presence. Video Integra offers a full line of services and solutions for your needs in audio / video, multimedia, professional and broadcast television. www.videointegra.com  

Image description: Cesar Ramos Miranda and Jose Francisco Pena, Video Integra and Eivind Sandstrand and Manuel Minut, arvato Systems, have concluded the partner training program