Portland, OR (August 10, 2017) – As part of its ongoing growth and expansion strategy, NetXposure, Inc. (NetX) a leader in Digital Asset Management (DAM), today announced the acquisition of ASL Acquisition Inc., d/b/a Chuckwalla, Inc. (Chuckwalla), a pioneering DAM technology developer since 1992.
NetX is very pleased to announce the release of Version 8.10, now available for download or SaaS upgrade. NetX Version 8.10 introduces the integration with the powerful Google Image Recognition AI, UI improvements to benefit Administrators and end user plus performance improvements to provide a better overall user experience. The release notes list the extensive improvements provided with this release.
InDesign CloudLink for SaaS or On-Prem
CloudLink’s powerful connection with Adobe InDesign links NetX assets to an InDesign file. Users can quickly search and filter their NetX DAM system from within InDesign. Multiple users located anywhere can easily preview and place images in their own InDesign creations while maintaining the image's URL based link. Images that are updated within NetX will notify users within InDesign, keeping brand consistent and up to date.
NetX 8.9 is now available for download or SaaS upgrade. NetX 8.9 provides UI enhancements and performance improvements to provide better overall user experiences for both internal and external users. Release notes are available to learn more about the other enhancements not shown here.
Over the past several years, we have helped a number of museums and cultural heritage organizations with an interesting problem: integration of Collections data with a Digital Asset Management system. As a result, many of the insights gathered through these collaborations are helping to shape the NetX platform around this type of data exchange.
Digital librarians, museum technologists and curators depend upon pristine object data for every artifact. Collections management systems evolved to manage this data, but often handled digital assets as an afterthought. Now that robust DAM systems can be fused with collections data, museums can rethink the best ways to manage and share collections online. However, the decision to integrate a digital asset management system with a collections database is a shift in thinking, that requires consensus-building across departments.