Boston, MA. - Snowbound Software, the market leader in document viewing and conversion solutions, is pleased to announce an OEM partnership with NetXposure, providers of Digital Asset Management (DAM) solutions to many of the world's leading organizations. NetXposure will integrate Snowbound's technology into their DAM offerings – for a front-end imaging engine that also provides document manipulation and clean-up functionality.
DAM is the process an organization undertakes to collect, catalogue and store their electronic file assets – with the goals of creating an organized repository for easy asset retrieval and distribution. Digital asset management systems (DAMS) include computer software and hardware systems that aid in the process of digital asset management.
NetXposure's Digital Asset Management solution is an enterprise software application for managing large libraries of digital image, document, and rich media files. An effective DAM will reduce the time and cost of content production, maximize ROI from media assets, and streamline creative and marketing workflows. NetXposure is proud to count world-class enterprises including Cornell University, The Museum of Modern Art in New York City and Daimler Trucks North America as clients.
Snowbound's solutions provide the tools needed to add document viewing and conversion functionality into an organization's workflow application(s) including ECM, BPM and, of course, DAM. Imaging functions include viewing, conversion, annotation and manipulation – which features fast retrieval, revision (without altering the original file), and archiving – for streamlined processing and review. An optional module, DocClean, automatically detects and cleans flaws on scanned and faxed documents, as they are added to the repository.
"We are very excited about the business opportunities that the partnership with Snowbound Software opens up for us," explained Jason Wehling, president of NetXposure, Inc. "Our technology partnerships enable us stay ahead of the curve and enhance our solutions so they remain flexible for the rapidly changing technology industry."