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Digital Asset Management (DAM)

Our Digital Asset Management Software Development Services

  • Custom Digital Asset Management (DAM) software development for web, mobile, desktop, and hybrid platforms
  • We develop the architecture for a centralized repository and digital asset archiving, plus custom search and query retrieval by keywords, phrases, upload / edit dates, title, author / artist, origin, ownership, access rights, file type, file specifications, metadata tags, asset interdependencies, and more
  • We program support for all asset types including photos, graphics, audio, video, multimedia, templates, documents, presentations, RAW files, and more
  • Asset upload programming for single files, batch uploads, metadata importing / extraction, File Transfer Protocol (FTP), approval queue / parameters, and other features
  • We engineer metadata management modules including custom schema / taxonomy programming, custom fields, plus automated metadata generation features for asset upload, edits, and deletions
  • We encode metadata features using common standards such as Extensible Metadata Platform (XMP), Exchangeable Image File Format (EXIF), and International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC)

  • Programming of asset management and manipulation features including file conversion / transcoding, metadata editing, text / graphics / video editing tools, collaboration tools, support for multiple download formats, plus Digital Rights Management (DRM)
  • Navigational programming including categorization, nesting, file trees, drag-and-drop capabilities, drill down, and other features
  • Programming of version control functions including real-time synchronizations, version history tracking, access to previous versions, Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) authorizations, custom permissions, and encryptions
  • We enable asset sharing functions via e-mail, social media, embedding, direct links / downloads, File Transfer Protocol (FTP), web-based portals, and more
  • We program user access portals, Single Sign-On (SSO), user registration / provisioning rules, download request limitations, and download pickup page features