- All topics
- Industry Insights
- Industry trends
- Knowledge Base
- New release
- Piano news
- Press releases
It’s impossible to really gauge just how great merging Piano Media with Tinypass is. Sure, there are tangibles, like getting Piano Media’s clients onto the awesome Tinypass VX software or Tinypass getting access to the incredible amount of data that is in the Piano Media warehouse, but the merger really goes beyond that.
A lot of companies, when they merge or one acquires the other, talk about “synergy” and how well they companies mesh. Then the reality of the merger takes place and it’s never quite as fantastic as it seems. However, in rare instances, there IS actual synergy and the two companies fit together like hand-in-glove, and this is the case with Piano Media and Tinypass.
So what’s great? Well, in addition to the tremendous number of clients Piano (as we are now called) has and our incredible software, we have a simply tremendous team.
Seriously, there isn’t one person working at Piano now who doesn’t want to be working for Piano. We have people on our team who have seen that the media industry needed help and have sought out ways to do that.
We have people on our team who have vision about where the future is going, not just the future of our business, but the future future, and are working to bring about that change.
We have people on our team who are incredibly talented at envisioning complex software designs and then coding them to make them happen.
And we have people who listen, people who listen to our clients as they detail what they see as THEIR future, and communicate that to our team so we can help our clients make that happen.
Our team is 100 people strong spread over both sides of the Atlantic and we are all totally stoked to make working with Piano the absolute best experience you will have working with anyone on anything, EVER.
We merged to make the future incredible, awesome, cool, interesting and fun. So if you’re wondering why Tinypass and Piano Media merged, you can stop now.
For more information please see our Press Release.
We are excited to be launching our new site, which puts to bed the great inspirational film that Jaeger Sloan made for us that headlined our site for a year. If you’re interested in that video, you can watch it here.
Our new site features a series of illustrations by Jing Zhang. We were trying to capture the nature of Tinypass – that we put in place a lot of very sophisticated plumbing to makes the business models for digital content simple for media companies and their customers. We think she did a great job and we hope you enjoy the new site.
Tinypass is honored to be a part of Accenture’s 2014 Pulse of Media series. As part of its ongoing look at “mastering disruption in the digital world”, the global management and technology consultancy powerhouse sat down with leading innovators from across the media landscape, including our own Chief Strategy Officer David Restrepo.
Accenture lays out the current state of affairs in the media world as such:
As the Media and Entertainment industry continues to experience disruption, winning and losing strategies are becoming ever clearer.
Disruptive forces continue to influence media players of all types, and a new industry landscape is emerging. Companies are challenged to rethink business strategies and operating models to compete effectively.
Data and analytics are a powerful differentiator for almost any business model. A new set of skills are required for media companies to meet new consumer expectations of content whenever, wherever.
Please visit http://www.accenture.com/microsites/pulseofmedia/Pages/in-conversation-with.aspx to see what David and other innovators have to say about the current and future state of digital media.
TechMeetups recently interviewed our Chief Strategy Officer David Restrepo. On March 4th Tinypass is hosting TechMeetups’ NYSA Startup Workshop. Check out http://tinyp.as/1cmQNJ4 for the interview as well as details about the upcoming event.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new and improved guide to all things Tinypass. When you have a moment, check out http://publisher.tinypass.com/. From detailed documentation, to informational ‘how to’ articles, community discussions in tips & tricks, and super quick integration guides for Squarespace, tumblr, Weebly, Blogger, and Jimdo, it has never been easier to get up and running with a Tinypass-powered monetization plan.