brix extends its DAM offering and chooses Smint.io as partner for content buying
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(14th of April, 2020).
brix, a software and consulting company based in Switzerland with a leading position in the field of module-based and tailor-made solutions in the areas of digital asset management, product information management and publishing (web-to-print, catalogue production), is expanding its product portfolio with the cloud-based Enterprise Content Buying® platform Smint.io.
We are looking forward to having Smint.io as another very committed partner at our side and to being able to offer all CELUM DAM customers a real addition to their controlled asset procurement with our connector.
With Smint.io, marketers, art buyers or editors can easily search, find and purchase images, videos and other types of content from major stock suppliers such as Getty Images, iStock, Shutterstock, Adobe Stock and many more. Furthermore, the unique contract and license management feature of Smint.io helps to ensure that the license terms of the acquired assets are met. Expenses are reduced through cost transparency and the avoidance of duplicate purchases, while budgets for stock material can be easily managed.
The Smint.io Connector developed by brix, used as an extension to your CELUM DAM, enables the seamless use of your content delivery chain without media breaks.
With brix, Smint.io has gained one of the strongest implementation experts for CELUM Digital Asset Management as its partner. We are very pleased that Smint.io customers who also use CELUM DAM will benefit significantly from this partnership. Not only because the Smint.io Connector allows the content supply chain to be used continuously and without media breaks, but also because brix brings such comprehensive know-how in the relevant areas to the implementation projects.
Smint.io provides the world’s first Enterprise Content Buying® platform. It allows marketers, art buyers or editors to easily search, find and purchase images, videos and other content types from major content sources such as Getty Images, iStock, Shutterstock, Adobe Stock and others. Customers can finally fully digitize their content supply chain, as all purchased assets including metadata and authoritative license information will be synchronized to their DAM system without any media breaks.