Stay In Control With Invenio Content Financials

In the whirlwind world of media content creation, money is at the centre of everything. Unfortunately, the current systems in place for financial directors make it almost impossible to effectively manage budgets, control overspend and make effective, quick decisions for what could be the next big thing. But what if there was a complete, end-to-end solution out there that could help media companies control content budgets and drive efficiencies up, instead of down? Well, now there is – Invenio Content Financials.

Faster, Improved Decision Making

In any line of business, it is important to have all information available to you before you make any financial decision. However, in the media industry, gathering all the data you need to make an informed decision, such as profit and loss, cash flow forecasts and budget estimates, can be a lengthily process. In fact, it often takes so long that the information you need has become outdated in the time it took to reach you. This means that financial managers are not only wasting time chasing useless data, but they are unable to make quick, efficient decisions. Invenio Content Financials provides a simple and sophisticated system for financial departments to take control of spending and budgets, thanks to integrated, centralised data management. With every department using the same systems to record information, it is simple for financial directors to pull up spend reports, budgets and more in seconds, allowing them to make better, strategically sound decisions.

Greater Transparency

The media world moves extremely quickly, so one of the biggest challenges financial directors face is making quick financial decisions in order to maximise the lifecycle of their content. Without transparent access to information, this can be incredibly challenging. The Invenio Content Financials solution is built on SAP technology, providing an agile and crystal clear view of the financials from conception to release. Thanks to its cross-departmental integration systems and in-built document automation, it allows financial directors in the media industry an unprecedented level of transparency into every level of spend in the content process. Expenses are recorded centrally, with an automated approval process that compiles all data a real-time financial reporting module, which gives greater visibility and detailed cash flow forecasts.

Improved Control Saves Time And Money

In any industry, one of the biggest challenges for financial directors is control of spending. But in the media industry, this is amplified by the fast-paced nature of the business, which leaves financial directors struggling to control production budgets and manage overspending at every level. A lack of financial forecasting means expense control is almost impossible, with no controls in place for spending. But Invenio’s Content Financials solution pairs strict spending controls with automated approval and real-time reporting, to provide a much greater level of financial control at every stage of the content process. This essential step means that all other departments know exactly what their budgets are at all times, which in turn results in less overspending and less time wasted trying to generate reports and manage spend.

If you are a financial director, CFO or even a manager in the financial department of a media production company, this solution is for you. Not only will this solution address a number of frequent issues you face on a daily basis, but it will reduce total operating costs by creating a single, cross-departmental solution. This ground-breaking solution will be officially launched at SapphireNow, the premier SAP and ASUG conference in Orlando, so if you’re there please drop by the Media demo station in the Industries Campus and you will find us at booth IN167. For more information about Invenio Content Financials, get in touch with our sales team today, and we would be happy to arrange a free demo.

Future of Broadcasting Industry

Viewers are diverging while platforms are converging. What’s next in the broadcast industry?

Radical transformation has taken place over the last decade in the broadcast industry with technology now delivering content to consumers in a “whatever, whenever and wherever” experience.

The Future is Digital

Over The Top (OTT) is the delivery of film and TV via the internet without requiring users to subscribe to a traditional cable or satellite pay-TV service. OTT is central to the recent major digital disruption of the broadcasting industry. Video is now driving mainstream broadcast strategies and it’s inevitable that the future of broadcasting will be digital.

SVOD players such as Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, etc. are emerging from outside the traditional TV ecosystem and they were the pioneers of innovative business models to engage with consumers through video services.

So what’s Actually Changed?

In the digital era, broadcasting companies should strategically reinvent their offerings to move ahead of the massive shifts happening across the industry. To stay focused and competitive, it is  important to understand how the digital era has changed the key process of the broadcast industry such as consumers, technology, programming and advertising.

1. Consumers

As consumers like to view the content on-the-go and mobile continues to grow, the average consumer is watching 4 more hours of mobile video weekly than they did 4 years ago. The shift is partly because viewers prefer individually tailored content experiences, but also due to the increase in quality content created for smaller screens. Due to higher bandwidth of network and advances in technology, traditional scheduled TV watching is no longer the norm. Instead, OTT video accessible anytime and anywhere is now the mainstream. Viewers are diverging while platforms are converging. That creates challenges for the industry as it looks for new ways to meet consumer interests.

2. Technology

People are watching more television, consuming more videos, but the key divergence has been the viewing experience, which has expanded to multiple screens. As screens get both smaller and larger, the consumer experience is key to survival. As OTT rises, it’s no wonder that smart TV and connected TV video streaming devices continue to lure audiences back into the living room.

The impact of pay TV providers is broadband, which continues to provide higher profits than video. Broadband home growth driven by OTT gains, is helping to offset the higher programming costs and the decline in video revenue caused by cord-cutting. Mobile data traffic is increasing everywhere due to rising amounts of videos and users. In the future, broadband and wireless will continue to influence the content bundle with faster data speeds, lower device costs and more connected screens.

As Virtual Reality ( VR ) technology moves into the consumer space, the industry is extremely interested in its potential impact on storytelling, audiences and revenue. Media companies such as Paramount Pictures and Disney have applied marketing campaigns creating interactive forms of media. Content produced for VR permit the audience to view the entire environment in every scene, creating an interactive viewing experience. Live events and games will help pave the way for VR adoption.

3. Programming

The consumer movement across platforms has created a major change in how content is made, distributed and monetised. Hit content has become a major differentiator and an increasing source of leverage. To free-up resources to create big-budget content, networks have begun to trim selling, general and admin expenses.

Live sporting events, hit content and original, niche programming continue to generate strong viewership and rates while middle tier entertainment networks are falling behind.

4. Advertising

The ad industry continues to be dynamic and volatile. Spending on digital media has increased in social and video formats, but the technology to deliver advertising in the online TV ecosystem lags behind usage. Consumers access content through subscription based, ad-free, video-on-demand services and as these services have become popular over the years it has led to a decrease in adverting spending.

Broadcast and cable networks have been the target for advertisers because of their capability to deliver a massive number of viewers in real-time. But advertisers can now aggregate viewers of similar size instantaneously through OTT videos. Online players are developing innovative ways to entice advertiser’s interest, to reach large and different digital viewers. And these platforms benefit from real-time bidding, with better demographic targeting at a more efficient cost.

Conclusion – Understand your Market and offer Outstanding Content

Factors such as high speed internet connectivity and broadband infrastructure, smartphones and live streaming apps, social networking and cutting-edge technology have transformed the television experience from linear to an era of “whatever, wherever and whenever experience”. As OTT becomes part of consumer’s everyday life, there are new methods and opportunities to drive growth and revenue in the broadcast industry.

To stay competitive in the digital era, broadcast companies should be strategically focused to understand market dynamics, content consumption patterns, audience interests and advertiser responses. Many new forms of multimedia services become possible with the introduction of digital delivery.  One thing is undeniable –  attractive content is certain to be the key factor to stay successful in the digital era.

Making SAP Easy for the Media Industry – 2

Following on from our 1st instalment in this 2 part series, MESA continue their interview with Invenio to find out how they help their media customers understand the huge capabilities of SAP.
Interview by Chris Tribby

 

Invenio says that its SAP partners see savings of as much as 40%. Can you expand on that, share how the company’s solutions actually translate into real, bottom-line savings?

We helped a major newspaper group increase revenues by extending their ad-booking window by between eight and 24 hours. Our SAP solutions help their operations produce 15 million copies of a daily newspapers from 16 print locations, and to manage the financial and business operations of 25 separate legal entities.

We helped a major TV broadcaster improve its content acquisition processes across the entire broadcast portfolio, for both original and syndicated programming. Our solution helps manage the entire procure-to-pay process for 3,500-plus television programs, including series episodes, one-off programs, and movies.

We are helping a leading music publisher to standardize and streamline its global procure-to-pay processes using an innovative SAP solution that will manage over 150,000 suppliers worldwide. The self-service vendor portal and guided streamlined invoice processing has resulted in saving of thousands of man-hours in administrative tasks for the customer.

We implemented an award-winning SAP solution that offers support for financial, human resource management and management reporting for a major international search portal across their online, mobile, email subscription and e-commerce lines of business. This was one of the first SAP implementations for a pure online business.

With such a rich experience in the industry, our consultants have a head start when they start servicing our customers, resulting in better and faster issue resolution. With our experience in the industry, we have built ‘accelerators’ — pre-built solutions to address typical scenarios in media companies. This can potentially crunch the project timelines as compared to traditional partners.

Can Invenio offer some specific use cases, where media and entertainment companies made especially good use of Invenio’s offerings?

Universal Music Group (UMG) is the world’s leading music company with wholly owned record operations or licensees in 77 territories. Its business also includes Universal Music Publishing Group, the industry’s leading global music publishing operation. With the recent acquisition of EMI, Universal Music Group has consolidated its dominant position in the music market. Universal Music Group is a unit of Vivendi, a global media and communications company.

UMG has implemented a single global instance of the SAP FICO (Finance and Controlling) solution for its financial reporting. The procurement function was, however, widely distributed across various local systems. With 7,000-plus internal users involved in the P2P process working with 130,000 suppliers across the globe, the administration and control of purchasing was highly inefficient. UMG was keen to ‘outsource’ supplier data management back to suppliers, bring in better commitment tracking with clear visibility on spend and enforce strict budget controls. Traditional SAP solutions were cost prohibitive and integration with third party tools became unmanageable. That is when UMG turned the attention to Invenio’s P2P Solution.

Invenio’s work and partnership in different aspects of Universal Music’s SAP estate has been gradual in finite increments as Universal Music grew in its confidence with Invenio’s capability.

Over the last five years, Invenio has developed a bespoke procure to pay system on SAP for Universal Music which uniquely address the requirement of simple front end interfaces, full budgetary control, complete workflow, access through web and an easy to use vendor portal particularly suited for the media industry and at the same time fully inside SAP. Invenio was given the challenge to make it work across the globe, with country specific GAAPs and languages and running this in one instance of SAP, which was delivered exactly as tasked and has now been working for three years in a very stable manner.

We built on the SAP platform requiring no integration and available at a fraction of the cost of the classical solutions, very tightly integrated with budgeting allowing the possibility for a strict enforcement of a ‘no budget, no spend’ policy. Includes easy to follow and maintain workflows to improve compliance in the entire P2P process, with a secure, Web-based tool available on mobile which pushes the responsibility for supplier data and transaction maintenance back to the suppliers in ‘self-service’ mode.

The Invenio P2P solution has now been rolled out into nine countries including four of the biggest territories for UMG: USA, Japan, Germany and France. More than 4,000 internal users are working successfully with the user-friendly solution. Supplier on-boarding has also started and has received enthusiastic response in France, USA etc. The solution will be rolled out to eight more countries in the next year covering over 90% of UMG’s global business.

With all global purchasing data in one place, UMG has better visibility on spending enabling tighter budgetary control and more effective supplier management. Supplier relationships have also improved by providing them with better visibility throughout the process. The administration burden of the P2P process has come down, saving thousands of hours of administrative tasks for the business which can now be utilized better within UMG.

For more details on MESA you can visit their website here

 

Making SAP Easy for the Media Industry

MESAlogo9In this 2 part blog series, Invenio Business Solutions media practice heads sat down with the Media & Entertainment Services Alliance (MESA) to discuss the state of SAP services for the media and entertainment industry, and the success stories of Invenio customers.

MESA discuss how Invenio Business Solutions delivers SAP solutions, services and support for the media industry. Because SAP is all Invenio does — with 75% of its global revenue coming from media customers — the company marks itself as the best in the SAP business.

Interview by Chris Tribby of MESA 

 

MESA: What makes Invenio’s SAP offerings stand out in the media and entertainment space?

Invenio: We’re a 100% SAP consultancy and support practice, with 75% of our global revenue coming from media customers, in the music, publishing, broadcast and advertising space. From SAP Global rollouts to small upgrades projects.

As an SAP media specialist, we really understand the challenges in the media industry — from platform convergence and digitization to shifting market dynamics, IP protection and content distribution. We focus on media as one of our core industries, which ensures best practices and insight, and we’re the proud winners of SAP’s Best Partner Award for Innovation in the media space.

We have a diverse and growing media customer base with outstanding referenceability, and our experience includes award-winning projects e.g. Best SAP Partner Implementation for our ground-breaking work at Indian Web portal Rediff.com.

Our long and distinguished list of media clients includes Star and Fox TV, Random House (a subsidiary of Bertelsmann AG), Universal Music, Eros International, Star News and Fortune Magazine, Times of India, and Rediff.com – global providers of online news and information. This wealth of industry experience helps us address many complex and diverse challenges facing the media industry. And we underpin it all with a technology practice that offers in-depth solutions expertise and service excellence.

We also understand that any media company needs a host of specialized technical solutions to work alongside SAP solution. So we also offer Enterprise Architecture Integration services to seamlessly connect various systems.

MESA: What was the reason for Invenio’s beginning, what gap in the market did the company see that needed to be filled?

Invenio: The reason for Invenio’s formation was based on customer satisfaction, the only focus. Keep the customer satisfied and be transparent when it comes to pricing.

We observed a gap in IT partners which specialize in media domain and provide SAP services. The choice available for customers was to deal with the ‘big 4 or 5’ from the industry or choose specialist company which does not necessarily have SAP expertise.

Customer focus is in the DNA of Invenio. We always strive to give unparalleled services to our customers. We are also absolutely transparent with our customers, starting from the commercial rates. In an industry which, unfortunately, has become notoriously infamous for a “get away with as much as you can’ attitude,” we provide a breath of fresh air with our honesty and transparency.

Keep an eye out for part 2 of the blog next week.

How well do you Know Your Customers?

Using audience data to monetise your digital content.

hospital-clubAfter a very busy summer, Invenio are now gearing up to host their next SAP HANA event for the media industry, aiming to inform and educate the media delegates about Big Data.

Digital consumers demand content on a variety of platforms and media companies must engage with consumers across all channels. Consumers leave a fascinating trail of valuable data, including content preferences, behaviour, attitudes and opinions. But once you have collected this data how do you use it to build, target and engage a loyal audience? And how can you monetise the information?

We hope to address these questions in our morning briefing.

Matthew Hembrow, previous Global Account Director of SAP, now working with Invenio’s Media practice, will take the stand to talk about how demystifying your data can help to understand customers and viewers online habits. Matthew will also discuss how the industry has moved from demographic marketing to personalised adverts that are more relevant and less invasive. This gives the media companies providing the content a positive effect rather than disruption and leaves the content providers to concentrate on the sourcing or making best content.

Our next presentation will be a real scenario involving one of Invenio’s long standing customers. The business had some pain points with their processes, mostly related to the huge data causing delays in the month end closing process. Invenio spent time studying the key pain points and planned the objectives for the proof of concept (POC). After understanding the existing landscape and processes, Invenio were able to re-design using SAP HANA and present a more robust, dynamic, maintainable and quick on performance solution. SAP HANA made significant improvements to company and the presentation will lead onto an open Q&A session.

Registrations are free and are still available so don’t miss out on this must attend event!

Sapphire Now and ASUG Annual Conference 3-5 June, Orlando, Florida

We invite you to be part of our group at Sapphire Now and ASUG Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida from 3 – 5 June 2014, stand 1807.

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Get the latest technological vision, actionable insights you need to drive profitability and growth, and influence future SAP offerings at this 3 day action packed event.

Join senior executives, line of business and IT decision makers and business managers from across all process, technology, and industry areas.

  • Meet current business challenges and gain efficiencies
  • Learn from others who have integrated the same SAP solutions
  • Get the most out of your SAP investment
  • Make connections
  • See technology in action
  • Gain a rapid and significant return on investment
  • Enable future growth strategies and maintain a competitive
  • Shape the future of SAP solutions and services
  • Experience faster software implementation without disruption

This event is not to be missed so register now! the full programme can be seen here, take a look at this action packed event.

Do you know of others who would be interested in such a fast paced and interactive event? Don’t hesitate to pass this on.

Let’s keep up to date and make progress and cost savings happen! We look forward to welcoming you in Orlando from the 3-5 June.

 

Automation of the Procure to Pay function, is this the “Holy Grail” everyone is after?

ThumbsupspeachA colleague says “So, as the finance director you oversee purchasing and spend decisions?” Your response is likely to be “Yes, you’re right I am responsible for spend decisions and would like to see as little operating cost as possible.”

So what is Procurement?

“Procurement means the whole process of acquisition from third parties (including logistical aspects) and covers goods, services and construction projects”– Crown Commercial Service (Government)

‘Procurement’ covers all activities that involve buying, contracting, purchasing, sourcing or tendering; it incorporates lots of divisions and lots of personnel. Procurement could, account for up to around 50% of the costs to an organisation, so no pressure at all to try and reduce the spend!

By seeing the procure-to-pay process in its entirety, buying and paying for goods and services, to the request for the product by the operations staff, to the issuance of the purchase order, receipt of the goods, and finally payment of the invoice. You can see quite how much this involves, a lot of which is manually operated.

P2P Focus

Over the past few years there has been more focus on procure-to-pay, with a marked increase in conferences, seminars and also organisations wanting to specialise in improvements in P2P. The focus now is on procurement and with it accounting for so much of your business, it’s about time. So what are the problems of procurement?

Manual Rules the Roost

‘Time is money’ and nothing could be truer than this in procurement. Currently a lot of the processes and systems are still very manual, this can be a big problem, it can mean time delays, manual input errors and frustrations for those involved. Here are some key things that come up time and time again in procurement as needed for improvement, here we will address a number of these.

  • Reduce admin
  • Improve efficiencies
  • Having a clear insight
  • System integration problems – that is when you find a solution!
Reduce Admin

As an organisation you currently have very manual processes, with lots of data input. Wouldn’t you like to change that? With a few alterations, you really can re-engineer the division of labour. I’m sure currently internally you are:

  • Looking at info
  • Registering suppliers
  • Processing / approving quotes
  • Checking budget availability
  • Raising PO’s
  • Chasing sign-off
  • Checking goods receipts
  • PO Matching
  • Processing invoices
  • Approving payments

And what are the suppliers doing?

  • Submitting quotations
  • Sending invoices

This is typical scenario with your employees doing 80% of the admin load and suppliers doing 20%, it’s about time the tables were turned.

So here’s how it works

With a P2P system such as Invenio’s P2P Solutions, you can have the following benefits:

Reducing your admin – Suppliers register and manage their own master data and submit quotes and invoices.

Improving your efficiencies – ‘One click approvals turning quotes to purchase orders’, fully automated workflows for multi-level spend authorisation, in-built security, budget allocation and approval processes to make it easy, fast and efficient.

Giving you clear insight – Manage budgets and authorisations on one global platform. For ready visibility across all cost-centres, projects, budgets and geographical locations.

Eradicating integration and consolidation headaches – Purchasing information sits inside SAP and so it’s always ready, always up to date and becomes a part of your existing investment in SAP.

All of this results in the ultimate goal of the division of labour being reversed. Some processes are totally automated and will flow through the system without the need for any manual handling, resulting in speedier processes and less laborious tasks. You really can now have your employees approving quotes and approving payments, all whilst the supplier is now:

  • Registering and doing data maintenance
  • Uploading quotes
  • Notifying goods and services delivery
  • Raising invoices

As the financial director, wouldn’t you like to say “well yes, that slick operation is mine, we have created a system to reduce costs and to make procurement processes more streamlined and automated”. The overall result being a reduction of costs for the whole procurement team.

To find out more about how Invenio’s P2P Solutions can help you to become automated, please do get in touch.

6 reasons why you as a CFO should care about procurement

reduce_costsIt is often the CFO and the finance team who bear the brunt of inconsistent and sometimes ill-considered cost saving initiatives. Now a days costs cutting seem to be climbing higher and higher up the priority list, and not only for struggling companies says Omar Aguilar, principal and enterprise cost management centre of expertise global co-leader at Deloitte Consulting – “growing companies are just as interested in reducing costs as those with declining sales, if not more so”. Resulting in the pressures on CFO and finance teams being greater than ever.

Considering the economic uncertainties in today financial climate, companies are searching everywhere for places to cut costs but are they beginning to run out of places to do so? Or just not looking at all of their options?

According to studies by NelsonHall. ‘Many CFO’s express relatively low levels of satisfaction with the level of control of indirect spend in their organisation’ However it seems many CFOs often overlook indirect spend because it’s not always visible at their level, but department level instead. Is this you?

Read on to discover 6 reasons why you as a CFO should care about procurement and how Invenio’s P2P Solutions can help…

1. Offshoring

It’ not easy to find trained offshore staff who have operated complex solutions such as SAP.
With Invenio’s P2P Solutions this problem is solved immediately as its user friendly interface means offshoring becomes easier for staff involved as less training is required. Which in turn means less spend is involved in making sure these members of staff are up to date and are able to work effectively and efficiently.

2. Enforcing a NO budget NO spend policy

This policy is an inherent feature of Invenio’s P2P Solutions as it stands – already! Not an add-on. Which means once again it saves you time and money, as well as making this policy easier to enforce to your employees.

3. Single view of budgets

With Invenio’s P2P Solutions having a single view of your budgets means you can view your entire spend at one place. With single data source, there are no mismatches or discrepancies in budget vs spend figures. With real-time budget updates, Finance teams have a single version of truth at a click of a button.

4. Accurate and consistent reporting

With Invenio’s P2P Solutions you will never experience a ‘mitch match’ in reports. There will always be a single version of the truth and consistence of data- meaning you can be at ease knowing your reporting is accurate.

5. Empowering employees

As Invenio’s P2P Solutions decentralises the procurement process, it empowers employees to initiate their own purchases and select the right supplier while retaining the control through mandatory approvals. Decentralising procurement and empowering employees is many times more effective since the end user gets to choose the right product that she needs from the right suppliers. However, it will lead to chaos if there are not enough managerial controls. Mandatory workflow approvals in Invenio’s P2P Solutions ensure that compliance and control is never compromised.

6. Compliance

Invenio’s P2P Solutions improves the compliance in procurement process and provides complete audit trail, which not only prevents the chances of fraud but also saves the company money which decreases pressure on the Finance Director.

An article by CFO-insight states that “the CFOs turn procurement into power! Procurement allows CFOs to build business through more than just cost cutting measures” they go onto say:

“One common mistake that companies might make is to view procurement as an entirely separate vessel from the financial heartbeat of the business. ‘A good procurement function should have a cross-functional approach…That means procurement should be seen as a business partner, working with the different parts of the business.”

With the finance team involved in procurement – significant savings can be made in a simple way for your company.

Want to know more?

If this has sparked your interest and you would like to find out more about how Invenio can help your company save time and money, please email or call our SAP Advisory Team on +44 (0)330 440 1800.

Digital First for the Financial Times

Financial data analyzing. Close-up photo of a businesswoman's hand writing and counting on calculator in office. Selective focus

An important landmark took place at the Financial Times last month, with a recent memo to staff declaring that the FT is now ready to launch their “Digital First” strategy. In simple terms, this will mean a restructure of the journalism team and the overall operations to enable the FT to transistion from a traditional “print first” focus, towards the faster paced, digital media arena.

The subscription business model at the FT was first introduced with some apprehension – and many critics believed the model would surely fail. The FT produced its first paywall in 2001 and although they experienced an initial dip in online visitors, the revenues have grown steadily – reaching a total of £216m in the first six months of 2012. This figure represents underlying year-on-year growth of 7%. It appears that the need for instant, accessible news stories – on the go – is indeed a market that can be capitalised on, and it is one on which the FT are prepared to focus on for their future growth and expansion strategies.

Can other media giants replicate the Financial Times strategy?

As many market commentators rightly point out, the FT is a very niche media player, whereas the current online news leaders that include the likes of The Daily Mail and The Guardian carry more popularist news stories. This will make differentiation a far more difficult task. Another consideration is whether the Heads of these news publishing companies are prepared for the possibility of a steep decline in online readership which may in turn see advertisers move their ad budgets to those titles boasting a larger share of the online audience.

A “digital first” strategy also requires a strong focus on growing and managing an online subscriber base. Within that strategy news publishers need to think carefully about how to maximise revenues from a much reduced audience. Factors that must be considered include:

  1. How to segregate content – would a reader need to sign up per content area such as sports or female content or have a “one size fits all” model?
  2. How to segment an audience based on diffent consumption habits that suits their lifestyle and interests.
  3. How to deliver premium content that delivers value over and above “the free journalism” offered by competitors.
  4. How to leverage subscription data to maximise revenues, and capitalise on readership trends and audience behaviour.

To help support emerging digital models, a good technology platform is essential – and SAP have been at the forefront of delivering a range of both traditional and digital media solutions for many years. SAP offers a diverse solution portfolio which is specifically designed to help drive revenue and strengthen loyalty by improving digital service capabilities. The result of deploying technologies such as SAP for media is an enhanced ability to deliver the right products and services to the right market – at the right time. With SAP solutions companies can gain a competitive edge with fast, cost-efficient, and targeted paid content, they can deliver and promote cross-media offerings and improve monetisation of their entire rights inventory.

These types of technologies, combined with Invenio’s expertise in the media industry can help news publishers make the most of the opportunities presented by the digital era. Invenio are a SAP Media prefered solution provider, we specialise in delivering cutting-edge SAP solutions that can accelerate and support strategies for a successful multi-platform business model – across multiple asset types. For more details please contact our media team direct.