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Dalet Pyramid

Dalet Pyramid


What is Dalet Pyramid?

Dalet Pyramid is presented as the company's next-generation Unified News Operations, bringing storytelling 360 to reporters, journalists, producers and digital teams everywhere.

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What is Dalet Pyramid?

Dalet Pyramid is presented as the company's next-generation Unified News Operations, bringing storytelling 360 to reporters, journalists, producers and digital teams everywhere.

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What is Dalet Pyramid?

Dalet Pyramid is a unified news operations platform that aims to reimagine modern storytelling, empowering users to craft and deliver meaningful stories together – anywhere, anytime, any screen.
  • Power digital news
  • Collaboration at the core
  • AI-driven workflows
  • Digital-first thinking

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Dalet Pyramid Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsWindows, Linux, Mac
Mobile ApplicationApple iOS, Android
Supported LanguagesEnglish
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Score 8 out of 10
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Bringing a library into the 21st century is difficult, especially when staff is remote during a pandemic. We were able to streamline a lot of our internal growth across many locations thanks to this software. We created policy, and social media, and planned out how we would access our community in new, robust ways thanks to the collaboration this software allowed us.
  • Web and mobile based functionality.
  • Video editing in a web portal.
  • Creating a platform for media management off-site.
  • Video editing was difficult interface for some staff.
  • AI indexing often got confused on multiple similar files.
  • Less technically inclined staff members had to be helped quite a bit.
When our library closed for Covid, we had to create systems that allowed for remote holds to be placed on items, which had never been utilized before. none of our staff was in the same area, so collaborating on the media storm we wanted to make took a lot of moving parts. We were able to work together to build a media blitz locally as well as create internal protocols with these tools.
  • Web-based functionality.
  • Being able to store media for accessibility anywhere.
  • Collaborative projects from anywhere.
  • Community outreach was a breeze.
  • Working with our team was easy despite distance.
  • Allowed us to modernize practices.
I love the deep functionality of Adobe's suite, but it suffers from being app-driven and localized. This has always hampered me even when I'm not dealing with covid problems. The web functionality of Dalet really set it apart from everything else we used in on-the-go abilities. If we didn't have this, I don't think our Covid policies would have worked and gotten buy-in from the community.
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