Similar to Brightcove or Ooyala, Fliqz provides a white-label video platform for web publishers to create and host video content. The startup’s plug-and-play video solutions includes a branded video player, with an application set that includes capturing, uploading, hosting and monetizing videos. Fliqz customers include Major League Baseball, New Balance, Sony and over 500 others. These brands use Fliqz to communicate with their customers using video – both on their corporate Web sites and via social platforms like Facebook.
VBrick will be integrating the Fliqz platform into its streaming service, VBoss, to create a one-stop shop for businesses and organizations to host their live and on-demand videos. VBrick currently has over 9,000 customers and 60,000 installations of its streaming service worldwide.
VBrick is the leader in Enterprise IP Video, with over 9,000 corporate, education and government customers and 60,000 installations worldwide. VBrick solutions work over standard IP networks and the Internet to enable the creation, publishing and distribution of rich media content. Live and on-demand video applications include meeting and event broadcasts, employee collaboration, distributed learning, digital signage, TV distribution, and video surveillance.
Fliqz is a plug and play video solution for websites that requires no software download and competes directly against Brightcove. They offer 5 different packages starting with a free basic player which is ad funded which includes 25 uploads, and 500 streams, to a platinum package which costs $999/month with a $7500 development fee, but it includes 5,000 uploads, 250,000 streams, and allows for complete customization of the player.