Contact NameCasey Abernathy
Company ProfileEnterMedia has been developing media database products, DAMS, and CMS tools for 15 years. The code is open source and the developers are always open to new ideas. We work with fortune 500 companies, educational institutions, creative content providers, and small non-profits from all over the globe. Since the introduction of version 8.0 in early 2012, the product has taken bold steps forward in every release. There are more supported features and customization options than ever before. Documentation, training and support are available to ensure that every client is able to succeed in collecting, controlling and distributing their content based on specific permissions and workflow. Extensions for working with Drupal, eCommerce and other products are also available.
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Clients & Customers
If the vendor operates through a sales channel they may use intermediaries who have regional focus or additional specialisms in a given vertical market.
DAM Foundation 10 Core Characteristics Compliant
DAM Foundation have devised 10 core characteristics of DAM solutions. Vendors have been asked to verify compliance via a short test. If the vendor has attained compliance, they are listed here: http://damfoundation.org/?p=31619
This refers to the type of licence the DAM system software is supplied under. Proprietary means that the developer restricts access to the source code (the instructions used to generate the software). Open source means that the developer provides full access to the code so you can modify it yourself. Split model is hybrid and means they may offer both options with some restrictions removed (or added) depending on the model chosen. If split is selected, it is advisable to verify the differences with the vendor.
Open Source OSI Licence Used
If the vendor has indicated they offer an open source or split model licence (i.e. both open source and commercial options) then for the open source element, they should be able to provide an OSI (Open Source Initiative) approved licence. If one is not specified, their product may not be genuinely open source.http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl-3.0.en.html
Software Delivery Methods