There is no benefit for a technology startup company to conform to the thinking of the technology status quo.
Aventura, Florida (PRWEB) November 01, 2013
The French digital asset management company Wikipixel is expanding their operations to the United States just in time for the worldwide launch of their new software program OpenDAM. Wikipixel’s OpenDAM is a fully functional open source digital asset management software platform for video, photographs, and audio. Their new Miami, Florida location will make it easier for American companies and organizations to have access to their latest products and services.
“There is no benefit for a technology startup company to conform to the thinking of the technology status quo,” said Wikipixel CEO Dylan Goubin-Dahan, “The vast majority of open source software platforms are a core program with premium features that customers have to download or purchase in order to make it a full platform. Our OpenDAM software is a complete platform, and it makes digital media management much easier for our customers to operate and understand.”
The OpenDAM software is designed for managing digital assets of the content creator, businesses and non-profit organizations with digital image files. It is unique in that it is a complete scalable and usable software platform with additional premium features for customers that want to enhance their digital management experience. OpenDAM will be available for download on November 4th in both the United States and around the world.
Wikipixel is a digital asset management company that was founded in 2011 in Paris, France. In the few short years they’ve been in businesses, they’ve been able to revolutionize the world of multimedia management technology with their open source software programs. For more information on Wikipixel, visit their website.