DiscoverVideo has grown tremendously in 2020. The DEVOS streaming video platform currently supports more than 30% of Connecticut’s public school systems, and hundreds of K-12 school districts and higher ed institutions across the United States, as well as governments, businesses, and healthcare facilities. More than a million students have access to live streams, on-demand learning, digital signage, and more. When compared to the first half of 2019, revenues have increased 57%, system shipments have increased 250%, and new customers increased 320%.
“We have supported distance learning for school districts, broadcast all-hands company meetings, and streamed government events since 2009,” said Discover’s CEO, Rich Mavrogeanes. “The pandemic has just accelerated the adaptation of streaming non-commercial content into education and business systems.”
DiscoverVideo is one of several private video management companies that has flourished as a result of people working and schooling from home. The DEVOS enterprise video platform is constantly evolving to meet customer and technology needs, including web conferencing. “One key to our success,” Mr. Mavrogeanes said, “is listening to our customers and making our software easier to use, yet more powerful, with every software update.”
DiscoverVideo was named to Streaming Media Magazine’s “Top 50” most influential leaders in streaming technology in August, 2020. It has also been nominated in 11 “best of” categories, including “enterprise video platform.”