New Jersey Institute of Technology Selects MediaValet to Streamline Digital Marketing Operations

Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - September 11, 2018) - MediaValet Inc. (TSXV: MVP), a leading provider of cloud-based digital asset management (DAM) software, is excited to announce that the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), a leading public polytechnic university in the United States, has selected MediaValet to manage its extensive marketing and media library and to help streamline its digital marketing operations.

Figure 1: New Jersey Institute of Technology Selects MediaValet to Streamline Digital Marketing Operations

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Contributing over $1.74B in annual economic impact to the state of New Jersey, NJIT specializes in STEM education, research, economic development and service. With over 125 undergraduate and graduate degree programs and dozens of community service projects across 6 specialized schools, the university offers a multidisciplinary curriculum with a STEM-intensive approach to education, and conducts approximately $140M in research activity each year.

After working with a third-party consulting group to find a digital asset management system that matched their specific requirements and addressed their various use-cases, NJIT selected MediaValet. With an intuitive user interface, custom metadata structure and taxonomy, advanced search configurations and streamlined asset upload process, MediaValet was equipped to ensure the solution was universally adopted by all user levels across all 6 schools and NJIT's external partner and stakeholder groups.

"Having recently tried another digital asset management system, we found we were spending more time trying to get assets in and out of the system than was even remotely acceptable. We needed a system that was intuitive for both our users and our admins to use - one that simply worked and made all of our lives easier," stated Oscar Masciandaro at NJIT. "From a product standpoint, MediaValet is easy to use, lightening fast and works extremely well. On top of this, their support team is by far the best we've encountered and they provide unlimited support for all aspects of their product. They truly are an amazing vendor and show how important the human element is when working with technology!"

Today, NJIT has a centrally organized and easily accessible cloud-based media library with a tagging, indexing and search solution that's customized to meet their unique needs.

"Working with many of the top universities around the world, we intimately understand the critical role that user-experience plays in successfully rolling out a new system across an institution and its multitude of stakeholder groups," stated David MacLaren, Founder and CEO of MediaValet. "User adoption, and everything that affects it, is a major focus for our team and has been key driver to our success."

Continued MacLaren, "We're honored to be working with the New Jersey Institute of Technology and look forward to helping them implement user-friendly ways of using artificial inteligence to improve asset ingestion and discovery."

About MediaValet Inc.
MediaValet stands at the forefront of the enterprise cloud-based digital asset management industry. Built exclusively on Microsoft Azure and available in 140 countries, 54 Microsoft data center regions, around the world, MediaValet delivers unparalleled enterprise class security, reliability, redundancy and scalability while offering the largest global footprint of any DAM solution. In addition to providing all core DAM capabilities and local desktop-to-cloud support for creative teams, MediaValet offers industry leading integrations into Slack, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office 365, Oracle Marketing Cloud (Eloqua), Drupal 8, WordPress, Hootsuite and many other best-in-class 3rd party applications.

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David MacLaren
Tel: (604) 688-2321

Babak Pedram
Tel: (416) 644-5081

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