Digital Asset Management (DAM) for photos and images

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Definition

Digital Asset Management (DAM) describes the systems and processes of cataloging, archiving and sharing media files. DAMS in this category store, compile metadata for and retrieve only photos and images. Images may include illustrations and composites.

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4ALLPORTAL provides solutions for digital media asset management. 4ALLPORTAL offers a media and image database for videos, PDFs, photos, InDesign files and Office documents.
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DBGallery is a photo management database system that enables everyone in an organization to quickly access its digital photo assets. It operates in a shared multi-user environment.
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IMatch is a Digital Asset Management system (DAM) for Windows. It solves the problem of managing small and large collections of digital files by making them searchable and accessible. IMatch provides tools for organizing, finding, viewing, presenting...
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IMatch Anywhere is a set of new technologies which add server functionality to IMatch. You now can access IMatch databases from any device and any operating system, locally and remotely. All that's needed is a web browser.
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Libris is a digital asset management (DAM) platform built for visual media. The simple, secure cloud-based platform gives your team control and flexibility so everyone can upload, organize and share all of your creative assets in a way that works for...
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Uploadcare is a file system as a service. Uploadcare handles file uploading, storing, processing and delivery via CDN.
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Wipster is a video collaboration and publishing platform that enables companies to create and deliver better video, faster.
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