Getting Started with Digital Asset Management (DAM)

New white paper from digital asset management leader Canto Software aims to help organizations plan for more successful DAM system deployments.

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SAN FRANCISCO, California — 29 JUL 2011 — Canto Software, maker of Canto Cumulus digital asset management software, and DAM industry leader for more than 20 years, has released “Getting Started with DAM,” a free white paper that explains what all organizations should consider before purchasing DAM software.

Among the topics covered are the best ways to ensure a system will meet the needs and expectations of users, how to properly plan for streamlined workflows, the purpose and benefit of professional services, and the important differences between on-premise and cloud-based deployment. Special attention is paid to working within budgets and avoiding software “value traps.”

“This paper is based on the insight and advice of the Canto Professional Services team,” said Canto marketing director, David Diamond. “Canto has sold more than 14,000 Cumulus systems, and the content of this document demonstrates that level of experience.”

The white paper is a free download, available now on the Canto website:

About Canto & Cumulus
Canto® has been dedicated to helping customers fully utilize their digital assets since 1990. Canto Cumulus® is a cross-platform solution that enables companies to easily organize, find, share and track their ever-increasing numbers of digital files, in any format. Canto’s worldwide network of certified developers offers an impressive assortment of plug-ins and add-ons that enhance the Cumulus product line further.
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Media contact: David Diamond (+1 415-495-6545,
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