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Front Porch Digital

Front Porch Digital

By Oracle
  • #151 Software in Enterprise Content Management
  • Front Porch Digital market share is 0.02% with more than 7 companies using this software
  • Datanyze helps you reach more than 504,295 contacts that are using Front Porch Digital , including Oracle AT&T NBCUniversal

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    ABOUT FRONT PORCH DIGITAL

    Oracle acquire Front Porch Digital, a provider of content storage management solutions that help companies migrate, manage and monetize large-scale media assets. Front Porch Digital’s big data technologies help enterprises easily handle their rapidly expanding and complex volumes of digital media content, such as high definition films and TV shows, medical images and records, and real-time security monitoring feeds.

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    What is Front Porch Digital and what is used for?

    Oracle acquire Front Porch Digital, a provider of content storage management solutions that help companies migrate, manage and monetize large-scale media assets. Front Porch Digital’s big data technologies help enterprises easily handle their rapidly expanding and complex volumes of digital media content, such as high definition films and TV shows, medical images and records, and real-time security monitoring feeds.

    Which software are similar or alternative to Front Porch Digital

    OpenText Captiva is one of the most well-known alternatives to Front Porch Digital

    Who uses Front Porch Digital?

    7 companies reportedly use Front Porch Digital in their tech stacks, including Oracle, AT&T, NBCUniversal