Contact NameDedrick Wright
Company ProfilePixfolia is a lightweight web based Digital Asset Management solution built using Microsoft technology for businesses and organizations who require a simple and easy to use digital asset management solution. Our asset management solution was designed to take the burden of managing digital assets and make it easier to organize, search, share, categorize and view all your assets in one place. Dynamically change current streamlined processes for the better with a solution that will improve productivity, better asset organization and easy distribution of your digital assets.
Whether you are in need of a SaaS (Software as a Service) or In-House digital asset management solution, we got you covered. Pixfolia can either be installed on one of our dedicated servers with top of the line security to secure your assets or easily deployed in-house.
With simplicity in mind to not only streamline the workflow of managing digital assets, our solution also increases productivity by giving users the ability to quickly search for specific assets. Our asset management solution provides the ability to re-purpose, share and redistribute virtually any in-house media type to external and internal customers.
View all of our features - http://www.pixfolia.com/Products/digital-asset-management-software/
Product NamePixfolia Enterprise
If the vendor operates through a sales channel they may use intermediaries who have regional focus or additional specialisms in a given vertical market.
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.
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