Inview Technology is a UK-based digital TV software company. It specialises in advanced EPGs, interactive broadcast, IP services and solutions for Pay-TV and analogue switch off markets. Their OTT TV platform allows television broadcast and internet content to be simultaneously accessible to the viewer. The company is based in Northwich, Cheshire, UK and is privately owned.
Inview have been involved in digital TV in the UK since the late 1990s, providing software for set-top boxes manufactured by Digifusion, Thomson and Sony, alongside the Teletext Extra EPG. Nick Markham, Inview's chairman, developed the concept of Freeview alongside the BBC and previously worked for Top-up TV. By late 2016, Inview were enabling digital switchover for whole countries such as Nigeria and which will provide a Freeview / Freesat type broadcasting platform and implement a BBC style license fee system to 30 million TV households.
The company was appointed in March 2015 by National Broadcasting Commission to enable digital switchover from analogue throughout the country; it will also provide set-top box software and services including full EPG, Push Video-On-Demand, a range of broadcasting applications such as news and public service information.
A Mexican TV company, Dish Mexico, has appointed Inview to provide software and services.
Also in 2016, Inview was contracted to supply middleware for Cignal, the largest satellite provider in the Philippines, which enabled Cignal to directly communicate with their customers through the user interface, Inview's new EPG and other services such as advertising. This is all supplied within Zapper satellite boxes.
Highest paying job titles at InVue include Engineering Program Manager, Logistics Manager, and Quality Director