In the recently released version 4.2 of our Digital & Media Asset Management Report, you will see several new products that we’ve added to our research. One of them is Razuna -- not only a new entrant to our report, but a novice to the DAM market in general.
Razuna is interesting as one of the few established open source DAM products in the marketplace. Yes, there are many open source DAM players in the market, but not many are mature.
With roots in the DACH (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) region, Razuna is expanding its reach, and now sees deployments in Scandinavia, the United Kingdom and the United States (albeit with only one partner in the latter case). What you may find interesting about this product is its three-way licensing model: true open source under AGPL, commercial open source (like Nuxeo), or SaaS (like Widen).
Razuna is a web-based DAM focused on simple brand management. Focus is good. The not so good part is the UI: You may find yourself getting a little dizzy the more advanced work you do, overwhelmed by an array of one too many tabs and actionable items.
There’s a lot more I could tell you. But, you'll just have to read more about Razuna in the detailed evaluation in our DAM report.
Have you worked with Razuna? What are your impressions?