would like to highlight Agora Holdings, Inc.
). The company, together with its wholly-owned subsidiary, Geegle Media, is leading a diversified family entertainment and media enterprise through business segments which include: TV on Demand, interactive media, business products and consumer platforms. With its multi-dimensional approach, Geegle Media supports Agora Holdings' mission to deliver innovate and high-quality business solution products and to deliver video content from around the world.
In the company’s news:
Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) dominate the video on demand market. MarketsandMarkets.com forecasts the video on demand market to grow from $25.3 billion in 2014 to $61.4 billion in 2019, achieving a compound annual growth rate of 19.4 percent during the forecast period. In terms of regions, North America is expected to be the biggest market of revenue contribution, while the Asia-Pacific region, the Middle East and Africa are all expected to experience increased market traction during the forecast period. Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI), together with its wholly-owned subsidiary, Geegle Media, is leading a diversified family entertainment and media enterprise through business segments which include TV on Demand, interactive media, business products and consumer platforms. With its multi-dimensional approach, Geegle Media supports Agora Holdings’ mission to deliver innovative and high-quality business solution products and video content from around the world.
Workflow management software is a key cog in the video on demand industry. Efficiency and maximizing productivity are big points to consider when deciding what type of workflow management software to choose. In a recent press release (http://dtn.fm/g9Sh3), Agora Holdings announced the development of TECH, a workflow management software for small- to medium-sized companies.
Geegle Media has finished its development of TECH, a workflow management system whose objective is simplified task assignment and more efficient project management. TECH’s users – cable companies and its technicians, for instance – are able to receive, accept, assign, and reassign work orders received from their customers and clients. Dan Terziev, CEO of Geegle Media, helmed the project. With a masters in telecommunications and experience at both Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA) and Rogers, Terziev has experienced first-hand the value of streamlining workflow processes in the cable and telecommunications industry.
“It’s a product seven months in the making. Its objective is to simplify everyday processes, eliminate unnecessary paperwork, scale up productivity and make for better client-customer service,” Terziev stated in a recent news release.
TECH acts as a work team’s central hub for task management. Lines of communication are always open, as tasks can be assigned and tracked at anytime, from anywhere. Assigned workers can view the details of the job, i.e., make a delivery to a customer, make a technical support visit or complete paperwork for a client. Users are able to comment about the work and note its completion for the employer and customer to see.
Serving as a virtual workspace, TECH pulls together scattered team efforts while increasing visibility, team productivity and accountability of workers by showing what’s being worked on, who’s working on what and how much time it took. Putting work orders through this internal system improves planning, organization and efficiency, as it locates worker availabilities, strategically re-assigns work, and tracks task progress.
For employers, TECH provides valuable data insight on employee performance and customer needs. Looking forward, future versions of TECH are expected to allow for team chat and the ability to gather feedback from supervisors and team members in real time. The product has been tested as working with several technicians already using the software. Companies are able to use the software by licensing it for $100/month. Also, they may open the software in test mode for a smaller monthly fee to begin creating and executing tasks. Interest has already been garnered from three cable companies to license the application. Contracts have been sent out, and Geegle Operations are awaiting their go-ahead.
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