Motion Dispatch

Motion Dispatch

Motion Dispatch is a Software as a Service business that assists digital distributors reduce costs, founded by Brian Alvarez and Scott Schlichter.

Motion Dispatch is a company that which has developed a Software as a Service model that is used to assist digital distributors in reducing costs. The company was founded in 2011 by Brian Alvarez and Scott Schlichter, in Culver City, California.

The model utilizes a cloud-based technology to help lower costs of managing content and distribution of the content. The company delivers to brands such as iTunes, Amazon, Netflix, Hulu, and helps creators access these markets at lower rates, aiming to enhance their return on investment.

Motion Dispatch operates with the goal of broadcasting creator's videos with a low cost means of capturing, encoding, packaging, and delivering their content to any of their digital retail broadcasters. The company also keeps control of the creator's content in the hands of the creator. The virtual distribution that the company is known for uses automation and team experience to operate efficiently for clients.

Motion Dispatch is a company that participated in the StartEngine 07/01/12 cohort. The company raised an undisclosed amount in seed money from Howard Marks and two other investors.

Timeline

July 1, 2012

Motion Dispatch raised an undisclosed amount in Seed from Howard Marks and two other investors at the StartEngine 07/01/2012 Cohort.

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Motion Dispatch seed round
July 2, 2012
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Brian Alvarez

Co-Founder, COO

Scott Schlichter

Co-Founder, CEO

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Motion Dispatch

Scott Schlichter

Culver City, California

Digital Content Distribution

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