NetXposure Announces Image Portal 3.0 at Digital Asset Management Symposium in London - Release Features Enterprise Level Digital Asset Management Functionality at an Affordable Price Point

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Image Portal 3.0 is the most advanced edition to date of this affordable web-based digital asset management solution with Adobe's image processing technology built in.

NetXposure, Inc., a leader in providing focused Web applications, today announced the release of Image Portal 3.0. The 3.0 version is the most advanced edition to date of this affordable web-based digital asset management solution with Adobe's image processing technology built in.

Image Portal 3.0 provides a central repository for storing, organizing, processing and distributing large libraries of digital files. Adobe Graphics Server is built in, enabling users to automate the process of resizing, sharpening, or repurposing images into a variety of formats for the Web or print. Access to these powerful features are enabled through an interface with unparalleled ease-of-use and security from a Web-based application.

"The functionality that has traditionally been available only in high-end enterprise digital asset management solutions is becoming increasingly in demand at the departmental level", said Scott Eilers, NetXposure's Director of Sales and Marketing. "This latest version of Image Portal brings these features to marketing and creative professionals at an affordable price point."

New features in the Image Portal 3.0 version include:

--Versioning - tracks and saves all versions of a file

--WebDAV - allows administrators to bypass the web interface and collaboratively edit and manage files on remote Web servers.

--LDAP Support - enables linking to Directory Server for access level assignments and quicker asset disbursements.

--Check In / Check Out - enables designers to lock an asset while it is being used, and check it back in when it is available again.

--Auto-Tasking - enables users to set up filters to recognize certain types of files and automatically perform tasks to them such as file attribute changes, routing to preset folders, and distribution outside of Image Portal.

--Batch Tasking - enables users to perform tasks on large groups of files such as upload/download, image editing, repurposing, metadata updating, category re-assignment and distribution.

--Preset Process - enables administrators to simplify, control, or standardize image processing choices by creating predefined processing options that are optimized for specific uses.

Standard features continued in the latest release include:

--Adobe Graphics Server built in - automates the creation and repurposing of graphics for print and the Web.

--Web Services - allows applications to execute operations and exchange data with XML messaging.

--Watch-Folder Utility - enables ftp importing that continually checks for new items to process.

--Advance Search - enables customized searches of large file libraries.

--Full Text Search - allows text search of Office and Acrobat documents, as well as a variety of other formats.

--Language Localization - reads browser setting and automatically localizes for English, French, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese and Korean.

"With this latest version of Image Portal, NetXposure delivers a full-featured, yet cost-effective DAM solution that will definitely turn some heads in our industry", said Daniel Rawles, IT Director for the UK’s Reaction Media Group.

Image Portal 3.0 will be available in late July.

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About NetXposure:

Founded in 1995, NetXposure is a leader in providing focused Web applications, with expertise in digital asset management, dynamic imaging, e-commerce, and customized solutions with Adobe Graphics Server. NetXposure empowers customers to automate, centralize, and easily access business processes from any platform or device. Leveraging its Exogen Application Framework and Adobe's industry leading technology, NetXposure's delivers services and software solutions that are unmatched.

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