Excerpt from the Widen: evaluation:

"Widen's SaaS-based DAM suite is not a development platform that you can take in-house and customize to your heart's content without vendor intervention, as you can with OpenText Media Manager or North Plains Telescope. Only 10 to 15 percent of Widen's customers choose to customize. With Widen, you're paying for a service that allows you to keep your hands clean. ..."

(P. 270 in the Digital Asset Management Report. )

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