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Henry Ford College Awards Contract to Yuja for Classroom Learning

The contract extends into 2020 to provide tools for lecture capture, flipped classroom content creation, and digital asset management.
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SAN JOSE, CA.—YuJa Corp., a Silicon Valley developer of enterprise video technology, has been awarded a partnership with Henry Ford College to provide campus-wide Video Content Management and Lecture Capture solutions. The contract extends into 2020 to provide tools for lecture capture, flipped classroom content creation, and digital asset management. Henry Ford College (HFC) is a public two-year college located in Dearborn, Michigan.

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Henry Ford College, a public two-year college in Dearborn, Mich., selected YuJa after an extensive review of every major lecture capture and video management platform on the marketplace. During Phase One, a short-list of three candidate vendors was prepared based on the formal RFPs submitted. After demonstrations and trial implementations, the YuJa Enterprise Video Platform was selected for site-wide implementation.

"Our partnership with Henry Ford College is a testament to the important role that video plays in educating tomorrow's leaders. Supporting cross-campus video use-cases, the YuJa Enterprise Video Platform provides the ideal architecture for expanding video creation, distribution, license management, administration and analytics," said Dr. Ajit Singh, president of YuJa Corp.

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