Stuttgart, Germany, November 26, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Filestage is a web application for ad agencies and media productions, devised to get clear feedback from clients and co-workers. With just a few clicks, clients can comment on and approve videos, graphics and documents from inside their web browser. Filestage’s new web application launches on November 24. Anyone interested in finding out more can sign up for a free trial.
Based on their experience with numerous projects, media industry professionals Niklas Dorn, Maël Frize and Simon Kontschak, realized that client communication via email is both time-consuming and error-prone. It is especially difficult to adequately discuss audiovisual content, such as videos and graphics via email. The best way to get client feedback is through personal contact. But "personal meetings are not always possible, because industry professionals usually operate on a busy schedule. Creatives also tend to work with clients, who often are hundreds of miles away. So face-to-face contact is sometimes physically impossible," says Niklas Dorn, one of the founders of the startup company. The application allows clients to review audiovisual content at any time and all over the world. Everything is done within the browser.
"An excellent user experience is very important to us," says Maël Frize, product designer at Filestage. There is no download, installation or sign up required. Filestage is accessible on every computer, tablet or smartphone. In addition, Filestage offers the highest security standards. All data is hosted in Germany and protected through SSL encryption. Anyone interested in finding out more, can sign up free.
Filestage’s vision is to simplify client feedback and give creative professionals more time for creative work. More than 1000 advertising agencies and creative content producers have already signed up. "We are excited about the big rush", says Niklas Dorn. The startup is currently experiencing a boost. "A lot of media producers have been looking for a feedback software and are pleased with the solution we offer," says Simon Kontschak. For the three founders, the rush is both a reward and an incentive at the same time.