Find your assets quickly and easily.

A full range of images from unique editorial photographs, a banner for a marketing campaign or the latest celebrity shots, must be available and usable on any channel. 

Woodwing Assets is an entirely browser-based Digital Asset Management (DAM), providing the perfect solution and enables you to concentrate on using their Digital Assets to the full with one easy to use solution.


Powerful Search Engine


Server-side, Assets DAM is powered by the most advanced search technology: Elasticsearch, the technology used by many of the worlds high-volume organisations. In combination with its super-fast processing engine, Assets can quickly scale up when your digital asset requires it.  Special attention has been paid to minimize IT efforts for installation, deployment and system administration.


The Best User Interface on the Market


Celebrated by our customers and industry specialists, Assets offers a unique user experience for managing assets. We recognise the need for an intuitive solution and appropriate workflows can be implemented using the Assets use profile capability. The result is a natural, intuitive and logical interface that allows the user to concentrate on the content rather than the underlying technology. 


Use Woodwing Assets as your Archive


Do not think of Assets as ‘just’ a DAM in the traditional sense. It can be linked very tightly to other systems you may use for print and web for example. Automated processes can be put in place to transfer post-production materials into the data repository and API’s used to make it easy to find and re-use such content back in the publishing systems. 


API with Open Source HTML5 Samples


Do you want your own branded video portal, mobile collection viewer or a live search screen in the newsroom? Syndicate your content? Through the Assets API you can profit from the best media search engine out there.  On top of that, Assets includes open-source samples to easily create, customize and extend your media sites. 

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