Meet Orange, the Enterprise Digital Assets Management and Remote Collaboration Platform That Helps You Find Anything and Everything
SAN FRANCISCO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / January 1, 2022 /At the start of 2021, the video gaming industry was predicted to reach $179.7 billion in revenue - more than the global movie industry ($100 billion) and the North American sports industry ($75 billion) combined. Only 4 months into 2021, the video gaming industry shattered these expectations. By April, the industry was worth over $300 billion, with $200 billion of this representing direct revenue. And there's reason to believe that this boom is here to stay, as gamers find solace in the social interaction that social gaming brings to a post-pandemic world.
Game developers felt a different version of the effects of the pandemic. Studios had to develop games remotely, even though they were not fully prepared for remote collaboration. This in turn led to delays in production, as developers struggled to collaborate on highly complex projects remotely.
Revolutionizing remote collaboration for teams
Few people understand this pain like Ada Liu Hendren, CEO and founder of ShareCreators. After spending 3 years as art manager of a Nasdaq-listed company, Ada suffered first-hand the inefficiencies of collaboration in game development. In fact, she highlights the biggest problems she (and others) faced - finding the correct digital files, or versions under the pressure of impending game releases.
She was frustrated with not having an efficient solution that reduced the time spent searching for files or versions and allowed more time for design. Transferring digital assets (when employees changed jobs, for example) was a struggle and would only be possible through a complex product like P4V, commonly used in the game industry. A simple file name change would require downloading, renaming, and then re-uploading the file. Day-to-day management and backing up thousands of digital assets on old, slow systems was an unpleasant task that could not be avoided. This was especially as failure to back up files properly could cause significant financial losses for the business.
And Ada wasn't alone in her frustration. Research shows that companies lost 63 valuable days per employee to a lack of a functioning digital asset management platform annually.
This is why ShareCreators was built - to help remote teams collaborate more efficiently through Orange, a powerful enterprise resource management platform that helps organizations maximize the accessibility of their digital assets.
Artificial Intelligence meets file management
The powerful AI-powered platform features shared team folders that allow users find all files easily. Because Artificial Intelligence determines the content of each file, users can search for file colour, name, tags, and other attributes. These powerful search capabilities are not just limited to internal files, but also to imported stock photos, URLs, Google drive content, Dropbox files and even P4V files.
Even videos also benefit from object recognition capabilities, as the software can differentiate between humans and furniture, for example.
But these powerful features aren't for game developers and VFX companies alone. Publishing teams, editors, broadcast teams and more can also benefit from Orange's thorough document retrieval and sharing capabilities. For example, the ability to ‘read' keywords inside scanned documents, allows users to search for documents by in-document keywords. Google and Dropbox-hosted documents can also be imported by simply pasting document links in the search bar, with automatic language translation. All of this includes chat features synced to messaging systems e.g Slack, Lark, Skype for Business. The powerful platform is intuitive and easy to use, and users can learn and use the software in as little as 20 minutes.
Orange can also integrate with financial data and enterprise customers can request customization features for bespoke functions. The company also has other cool features in development, such as compartmentalized in-file feedback capabilities as well as Passion, an intuitive team project management software.
The value of these solutions can be evaluated against Orange's closest competitor that generates $350m revenue from a less differentiated platform. The business opportunity for Orange is an easy-to-use, intuitive user interface that saves teams time through seamless file management and remote sharing.
In an industry where a simple object file transfer can save teams a month of production time, Orange's benefits cannot be understated. This is why Orange's users can expect to see an immediate 60% - 750% ROI following adoption. Top global game developers such as NetEase games, Stock: NTES (NASDAQ) give the platform an approval rating of over 80%. Developers like Boke City - a Shanghai-based gaming company with over 600 employees also use the platform to improve their efficiency daily.
ShareCreator's CTO Jay Liu brings predictable safety to ShareCreator's infrastructure with his banking experience and a stellar track record of error-free processing of 2 billion loans in Chinese commercial banks.
During a gold rush, sell shovels
Now, the company is raising a $7 - $10m Series A to fund R&D, sales, marketing and distribution and tap into the huge potential that the global enterprise content market offers. Ada is on a mission to make Orange the global leader in intuitive digital asset management and the company is on track to achieve this mission after co-creating four out of five of the highest-grossing Royal Battle Games worldwide. Investors now have an opportunity to own an early stake in a slice of a growing $300bn industry. If you want to be part of this innovative drive, contact ShareCreators below while the opportunity is open.
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