Digital Asset Management

Why pay more for DAM?

  • Fully integrated Digital Asset Management solution built into the PIM.
  • You can store all of your media here and export it easily.
  • Images only need to be uploaded once and can be dynamically resized and reformatted.
  • Media tags allow you to sort through your attributes in a simple manner.

Digital asset management (DAM) is a system that stores, shares and organizes digital assets in a central location. It amplifies the benefits of files such as images, videos and PDFs. For obvious reasons, it's important for businesses to organise their digital assets and product information together. The problem is, Digital Asset Management is often considered an optional extra when companies look to move onto a PIM system.

The OneTimePIM approach is different. We understand DAM is an essential part of a company's Product Information Management system, and it would make no sense for your digital files to be separate from all your other data, so we include them both together, as part of every package we offer.

You can create Media Tags within the media manager and tag files to be easily able to navigate through them. These can be stored within different categories. You can also sort by the file type extension, for example, if you only want to view the PDFs stored within the media manager.

You can also quickly download images with a built-in wizard that allows you to resize, crop, and reformat the files.

Each piece of media will tell you which products are using this file too.

Our digital asset management system is fully integrated and included in our PIM software. The engine can automatically reformat, resize, and optimise any images you add. Just have one version of an image, put it into our PIM and it will be resized and optimised to the required specifications on all your marketplaces and catalogues.

All images are stored on a CDN (Content Delivery Network). This is a platform of servers that speeds up access to images for users all around the world, by using the server nearest to their location. Furthermore, you can tag media files so filtering for certain files becomes easy.

So don't pay more for Digital Asset Management. You don't need to and you shouldn't have to.