Excerpt from the Aprimo: evaluation:

"Delivery is now exclusively SaaS for new customers. Aprimo continues to
support single tenant managed cloud and on premise customers and provides
an upgrade path. ..."

(P. 147 in the Digital Asset Management Report. )


Aprimo DAM

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