March 10, 2014


Kontiki Attracts New Customers by Offering Full Range of Options for Video in the Enterprise

Kontiki closes 2013 by doubling the number of customers and adding a host of new video applications that help make enterprise video pervasive

Sunnyvale, Calif. — March 10, 2014Kontiki, the leading provider of enterprise video solutions,

today announced a significant number of strategic customers closed in 2013, adding to their recognizable and broad customer base. Attracted by Kontiki’s extensive enterprise video experience, these customers were also influenced by Kontiki’s 2013 product momentum, which included the launch of five new enterprise video applications as part of the Kontiki Enterprise Video Suite.

New Kontiki Customers: Large National and Global Brands

Kontiki, a long time market leader, has also been an astute learner and visionary, listening to existing customers and predicting market demands in the enterprise video space. This experience and vision helped Kontiki attract and land many significant customers in 2013, adding to the long list of blue chip customers spanning financial services, retail, technology, telecommunications and manufacturing.

New customers and their significance:

  • Multinational consumer goods company, Unilever. Kontiki now has 3 of the top 6 consumer packaged goods companies in their customer roster.
  • Italian manufacturing corporation, Fiat. Kontiki now counts 2 of the largest 6 automotive companies as customers.
  • North American financial services company, Hancock Holding Company. Kontiki now serves 7 major banks, which speaks to the security of its video solutions.
  • American direct-to-consumer automobile insurance provider, Esurance, an Allstate company. Kontiki video solutions are now utilized by 3 established leaders in the insurance industry.

Product Innovation and Pervasive Video Approach

2013 was an important year for Kontiki as they doubled-down on their commitment to enterprise video with the launch of several compelling products: Kontiki Webcaster, a self-service webcasting solution; Kontiki Broadcaster for Lync®, which turns Microsoft Lync into a video broadcasting tool; Kontiki Stream for Chatter, which integrates video into SalesForce® Chatter; Kontiki Viewer for SharePoint®, which offers video integration with Microsoft SharePoint; and most recently, Kontiki MediaCenter, the next-generation enterprise video and rich content portal. These launches were important, as they were part of Kontiki’s larger strategy to help make video pervasive in the enterprise. Since day one, Kontiki has been committed to furthering video usage in the enterprise and sees it as an instrumental part of any communication and training strategy. The launch of these key applications cements that commitment. Kontiki’s wealth of video options, all part of its Kontiki Enterprise Video Suite, offers employees numerous opportunities for engagement with video. A large part of this strategy involves integrating video into third party applications that are already substantially embedded within the enterprise.

“We ended 2013 with a bang thanks to the addition of some large, global customers who were attracted to Kontiki’s decade plus of experience, as well as our continued product innovation and commitment to furthering enterprise video usage with our unique, highly integratable Kontiki Enterprise Video Suite, ” said Dan Vetras, president and CEO, Kontiki. “The market is starting to realize what Kontiki has known from the outset: video should be an integral part of any enterprise communication strategy and the more accessible it is, the more pervasive it will become.”



About Kontiki, Inc.

Powered by innovative technology, Kontiki pioneered the enterprise video platform and enterprise content delivery network markets, providing superior cloud-based content delivery and video applications across the enterprise. Kontiki’s video solutions enable consumer-grade video engagement with enterprise-grade control over video delivery for the world’s largest companies, including American Airlines, Wells Fargo, Nationwide and Nestle, serving nearly 2.2 million employees worldwide. Kontiki offers organizations the unique ability to globally deliver live broadcasts or video on demand to 100% of their employees, regardless of location, and to the full range of today’s business devices, including smart phones and tablets, without congesting networks or compromising video quality. Learn more about us at: