TriPlay raised $5 million for its technology that allows users to share multimedia content across multiple platforms and devices.
Its cloud-based services make it easier to access, manage, store, synchronize, and deliver photos, music, and videos from phones to tablets to PCs and back again. If the various lists in that statement are an indicator of anything, it is how many online services people use to gather media content and how diffused this data can be. TriPlay helps pull it all together.
The company is best known for developing MyMusicCloud and MyDigipack. MyMusicCloud continuously syncs music collections from any and all devices, and MyDigipack provides a similar service for photos and videos.
The technology functions on the server side and promises to deliver any type of digital media to any device. By enabling users to circulate content, businesses may be able to gain greater exposure and expand their user base, as well as uphold consumer loyalty.
In the age of social media, sharing is caring. The more people exchange content, the more possibilities exist for revenue, marketing campaigns, and advertising. TriPlay strives to make sharing as seamless as possible for even the most tech-challenged consumer.
Currently, these solutions reach four billion mobile phones around the world, with customers in 185 countries.
This is TriPlay’s third round of funding from businessman Kenges Rakishev. This brings its total investment to $15 million. The company has offices in New York and Israel.