RAMP scores new customers including Newsweek and Comcast

Content optimization specialist RAMP says its new SaaS platform launched last month has attracted a bevy of new clients including Newsweek, Comcast, RedOrbit and Freedom Communications.

The company, formerly known as EveryZing, has at its core superlative speech-to-text technology that features automatic video transcription and tagging. RAMP's primary customers are large online media publishers like NBC, FOX, Meredith and Thompson Reuters.

Its new platform uses the speech-to-text technology to facilitate integrated site search of text, images, video and audio, as well as helping to optimize content for search and automating topic page publishing.

"Continued growth in our core market is very gratifying, and we are thrilled to announce our new customer wins," said Tom Wilde, RAMP's CEO, in a prepared statement.  "As major media companies continue to focus on leveraging their businesses online, our Content Optimization solution has moved front and center as the most cost-efficient approach for unlocking the value of our customers' unique content assets."

For more:
- see this release

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