Despite significant market presence for 20+ years, the company has been slow to innovate and support larger implementations. Oftentimes, we are engaged in "Portfolio divorce" discussions with our subscribers
But now with even SMBs adopting cloud-based DAMs containing hundreds of thousands of assets numbering in the dozens of terabytes, deployment strategy has become more important than the rather arbitrary term "enterprise"
Because Digital & Media Asset Management involves giant, typically high-resolution files, SaaS-based DAM has not historically offered a compelling proposition. Still, more of you have been asking us about SaaS DAM, despite your (quite reasonable) skepticism. Vendors have worked to improve performance as well
As we expanded the breadth of our DAM research earlier this week to include both Equilibrium MediaRich for SharePoint, along with SaaS vendor WebDAM, we also updated our coverage of DAM veteran Widen, and one of the products in North Plains' increasingly vast portfolio, Xine
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
One of the most striking trends underway in the DAM space right now (indications of which were abundantly present in the exhibitor booths at this year's Henry Stewart DAM Symposium in New York) is the rush toward Adobe Flex-based client interfaces
Software-as-a-Service has an especially strong case in the area of Digital Asset Management, where the buyer is often a marketing manager or creative team with a fixed monthly budget and little to no IT support. But not all SaaS is created equal