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  • 1. A Look at Hits in 2007 and Trends in 2008 Presented by Joe Bachana, DPCI The Henry Stewart Conference on Digital Asset Management May 12, 2008 DAM Forensics 201
  • 2. 2007: Year in Review
    • Leveraging XMP
    • SharePoint
    • Version Cue
    • Web-to-Print
    • The single Content Repository
    • Integration with XML Servers
    • Integration with Text Mining Engines
    • Editorial Workflow and DAM
    • The Year of SaaS
  • 3. XMP
    • Leader: MediaBeacon
      • Leverages unlimited namespaces that XMP allows
      • Full read/write access of XMP for all file types
      • Selective Encryption and locking of XMP fields
      • Executables, trigger scripted functions
      • Use XMP leveraging Native file system
      • (customers using this in 2007: United Media, Showtime, Mitre)
    • Other: Telescope
      • Leverages unlimited namespaces that XMP allows
      • Use of custom schemas
      • (customers: Hachette Filipacchi Media, Rodale)
  • 4. SharePoint
    • Leader: MediaRich DAM for SharePoint
      • Leverages SharePoint file store and UI
      • Extended previews/thumbnails of common asset types within SharePoint view
      • SharePoint’s routing and approval process for asset workflows
      • Automated Metadata ingestion of image/video assets into SharePoint
      • Asset Transforms from within SharePoint
      • Batch Processing of assets within SharePoint
      • Asset Packaging via MediaCart from within SharePoint
      • Upgrades maximum upload size to 2Gb per file within SharePoint
      • Leveraging Microsoft’s Enterprise Search Platform
      • (customers: Levy Restaurants, Corning International, Rapp Collins)
    • Other: Telescope
      • Web Parts that embed portions of the Telescope interface within SharePoint
      • (customers: None in production)
  • 5. Version Cue (CS3) + Adobe Bridge
    • Multiple: Telescope, ADAM Software, NetXPosure, Portfolio
      • Integrated with Version Cue’s backend API
      • DAM as a set of folders presented through Version Cue
      • Metadata presented within Version Cue interface
      • DAM provides thumbnails, previews, metadata, checkout of asset
      • Intercept of asset/metadata update from CS3-applications checked into DAM
  • 6. Multi-channel Systems
    • Making Progress: Artesia
      • Integration of Quark Server and InDesign Server via Web Services
      • (customers: Comcast)
    • Making Progress: MediaBank
      • Integration with PageFlex
      • (customers: Glasgow Solicitors Property Center, Scotland)
    • Making Progress: MediaBeacon
      • Integration with InDesign Server
      • Abstraction for cataloging derived assets
      • PDF proof generation online
      • (customers: None reported by Brightech)
  • 7. The Content Repository
    • Leader: Documentum
      • Single content repository shared by Documentum’s DAM and Web CMS
      • (customers: Bedford Freeman Worth)
    • Runner Up: CQ DAM
      • Single content repository by Day’s DAM and Web CMS
      • (customers: None in Production)
    • Runner Up: NStein
      • Integrated content repositories between Nstein’s DAM and Web CMS products
      • (customers: GESCA)
    • Runner Up: MediaBin
      • Integrated content repositories between Interwoven’s DAM and Web CMS products
      • (customers: Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Massachusetts)
  • 8. XML Servers and TME
    • Leader: Nstein
      • DAM repository IS TextML Server (from IxiaSoft)
      • DAM fully integrated with Nstein’s TME
      • (Customers: Conde Nast, Time Inc, GESCA)
    • Runner Up: Documentum
      • Connectors between Documentum and MarkLogic Server
      • (Customer: McGraw-Hill Education)
        • Special Mention: MarkLogic
        • Integrations in market with Artesia and Chuckwalla as well as SharePoint
  • 9. Editorial Workflow and DAM
    • Leader: Documentum
      • Documentum DAM fully integrated with Woodwing SmartConnection
      • Documentum workflow manager used to define editorial/production workflows
      • (Customers: Reed-Elsevier)
    • Runners Up?
  • 10. SaaS
    • Leader: Emotion (Corbis)
      • Added 26 customers in 2007 (20% more than in 2006) 
      • Our year-over-year growth in total customers from 2006 to 2007 was just under 50%.
      • Largest enterprise deals last year were with Dell, Alcatel-Lucent, Microsoft/Zune, Monster Worldwide, Royal Caribbean Cruises
    • DAM Vendor Trends
      • Partnering with 3 rd parties to offer SaaS Model
        • (ex: Artesia/OpenText)
      • Managed Servers on premises – leasing model
        • (ex: Brightech)
  • 11. Trends for 2008/09
    • Version Cue CS4
    • Rich Internet Clients (Adobe AIR/FLEX)
    • Content Distribution Networks
      • Integration with Akamai, Libre Digital, etc
      • Incorporation of video distribution functionality into core DAM (BrightCove/Maven/The Platform)
    • Vertical Market Solutions for Collaboration and Workflow
      • Example: Digital Selection incorporated into DAM
      • Continued integration with MRM/MOM systems
    • Open Source
      • (Fedora, ResourceSpace, DSpace, other… )
  • 12. END Presentation Questions? Feedback? [email_address] 212.575.5609 (office)