Digital Asset Management software
Updated: April 29, 2021
2021. Digital assets platform Finoa raises $22M
Berlin-based digital asset custody and financial services platform Finoa has closed a $22 million Series A funding round. The company says its plan to become a regulated platform for institutional investors and corporations to manage their digital assets and has received a preliminary crypto custody license and is supervised by the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin). Finoa is going up against large players such as Anchorage, Coinbase Custody and Bitgo, exchanges like Binance and Kraken and self-custody solutions like Ledger.
2021. Adobe launches a new, simplified digital asset manager
Adobe has launched of a new asset management tool, Adobe Experience Manager Assets Essentials. That’s a mouthful, but while the company didn’t necessarily simplify the name, the idea here is to give teams that work with lots of digital assets an easier-to-use management experience in the Adobe Experience Cloud than Adobe’s current enterprise-centric asset management tool can offer. In addition, Adobe is also launching the first tool to integrate this new experience: the Adobe Journey Optimizer. This new tool is meant to help users leverage their customer data to build out customer journeys and figure out the best ways to deliver messages and content along that journey.
2020. dotCMS Named FrontRunner for Digital Asset Management Software
dotCMS announced today it was named a FrontRunner for Digital Asset Management software by Software Advice. FrontRunners is designed to help businesses evaluate which software products may be right for them. Hybrid Headless CMS dotCMS offers the content foundation, as-a-service, for enterprises building and orchestrating connected, trusted and hyper-personalized digital experiences. Digital Assets are a key content type to build an emotional bond with any brand, and that is why we’re thrilled to be in this position offering key capabilities around Digital Asset Management.
2018. Dropbox implemented deeper integration with Salesforce
Two weeks ago Dropbox announced its IPO, then it announced a big partnership with Google and now it is integrating more deeply with Salesforce. It involves having Dropbox folders embedded in Salesforce Commerce Cloud and Marketing Cloud giving them a kind of light-weight digital asset management solution. For example, a company’s creative agency could create photos and other assets for a marketing campaign and store them in Salesforce’s marketing cloud. The folder is fully integrated so that if the agency changes one of the assets, which isn’t unusual, and updates their Dropbox folder, the integrated folder in Salesforce updates automatically.
2018. Weebly launched Photo Studio service
Weebly launched new service - Photo studio - for entrepreneurs who want beautiful, professional product photos for their online store. It works as follows: you ship your product (or products) to Weebly, then Weebly Photo Studio shoots professional product photos for you, you get a link to download product photos, they ship your products back to you. For now Weebly offers 3 professional product photos for $10 per product.
2018. BigCommerce integrated with Akamai Image Manager
BigCommerce announced that it has chosen Akamai, the world’s largest and most trusted cloud delivery platform, to provide Akamai Image Manager to its 55,000+ BigCommerce stores around the world. As part of the agreement, BigCommerce customers will immediately gain access to Akamai’s automated image optimization technology. With Akamai Image Manager, BigCommerce merchants will have the ability to optimize each online image for device type, image quality and download size, resulting in faster page load times, an engaging customer experience and improved website conversion.