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6 DAM systems compared

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Six DAM systems compared, including the newest announced DAM solution, Neutrino by Quasar Technologies.

Six DAM systems compared, including the newest announced DAM solution, Neutrino by Quasar Technologies.

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    • 1. Presents “A new Digital Asset Management (DAM) System enters the market” Meet NEUTRINO by Quasar Technologies & see how it performs against 5 others! http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 2. Parameters tested http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 3. Light weight system performance http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 4. 2nd light weight system http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 5. Portfolio strengths vs. Cumulus Ease of use Low cost of purchase Faster ingestion and search http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 6. Why light weight? Not scalable enough for enterprise usage Grown from desktop system with all associated limitations None or very little automation possible http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 7. All round production DAM http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 8. Why ELVIS is NOT light weight Very scalable — Lucene search engine Built from scratch to integrate with 3d party systems Concentrates on management, not on editing All the benefits of desktop software because of interface & flexibility http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 9. What ELVIS 1.x is NOT ELVIS is not created as part or module of an ECM or publishing system ELVIS cannot be upgraded to an ECM or publishing system, but can be integrated with major market players ELVIS is less suitable for broadcast environments and when trans-lingual functionality is important http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 10. Niche DAM system http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 11. WebNative’s strengths Brand Management Digital Rights Management Video support Just the right mix of management and editing tools http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 12. WebNative’s weaknesses Expensive No strong multi language support Search capabilities not very flexible http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 13. Enterprise scale DAM http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 14. Artesia’s market strengths Upgrade path to Open Text ECM — one of the (if not THE) strongest ECM systems available All round system with strong brand management, broadcast management, and production functionality Ticks all the boxes: flexible, scalable, powerful http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 15. Artesia’s Achilles heel Multi language support exists but transnational language support is unclear Automation of relationships — unclear how much effort this requires to program in http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 16. The new kid on the block http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 17. Neutrino is the challenger Strong support for transnational language functionality, i.e. you can search in one language and get results in all supported languages, and more Uses LOM (Learning Object Metadata) thesaurus model — more powerful than Dublin Core Upgrade path to full Dynamic Publishing Solution NUQLEO v6 Inexpensive, yet scalable, flexible and powerful! http://www.it-enquirer.com
    • 18. Neutrino faces challenges New system of a relatively unknown company based in Europe: not the most favourable point of entry into the market Not yet powerful enough in the broadcast support area to compete with Artesia on ALL fronts http://www.it-enquirer.com

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