MediaBeacon Blog

January 14, 2010

MediaBeacon Receives 2010 Awards from Frost & Sullivan

MediaBeacon, Inc., a leading provider of rich media solutions, today announced that the MediaBeacon Digital Asset Management (DAM) suite has received the Frost and Sullivan 2010 Global Digital Media Management and Workflow New Product Innovation Award. This award recognizes an organization for its technology advances and direction and the ability to deliver that value to customers.

“This award and our recent successes validate many years of research and development invested into the product line. Our new portal technology, our use of the Google Web Toolkit in creating a nimble, widget-based user experience and the new content analytics engine that provide a smart content discovery solution are examples of this effort.” said Jason Bright, Founder and CTO at MediaBeacon. “We continue to lead the market in expanding global demand for rich media solutions that can solve the problems in the new web paradigm that are efficient, easy to use and generate a rapid ROI. The company is honored to receive this award.”

“Each year, Frost and Sullivan performs a very detailed review of the global marketplace and revisits our own internal decision and scoring processes to consider the recipient of this prestigious award.”, said Mukul Krishna, Global Director of the Digital Media practice at Frost and Sullivan. “We have been following MediaBeacon for a long time and are very excited to see the new capabilities they have put together with this widget-based user experience.”

The award will be presented during the annual Excellence in Information and Communications Technologies Awards Banquet on February 2nd in San Antonio, Texas.

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MediaBeacon, Inc. is the leading provider of Digital Asset Management, Enterprise Search and secure role-based distribution of digital content. With some of the largest DAM deployments known to date and hundreds of global enterprise customers, MediaBeacon is a true and proven leader in the industry. For more information, visit