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Extensis' Portfolio Server 11, the latest rev of its Digital Asset Management (DAM) solution, is easy to implement and doesn't require fundamental changes to the way you work.
With advanced cataloging and search capabilities, the upgrade sports new features such as a brand-able web client and Amazon Electric Compute Cloud (EC2) support. Portfolio Server 11 lets users adapt the solution to their specific needs and run-it-anywhere. Additionally, the DAM server includes robust iPad and video capabilities, offering instant access to digital media with streaming HD video playback and video conversion for tablets, mobile devices and the web.
Portfolio Server 11 is quick to set-up and involves little IT support or training.
It's designed to help you save time and money. According to Davin Kluttz, director of Product Strategy at Extensis, on average, Portfolio Server users report saving two and a half hours per employee per week. That adds up to $3000 in savings per employee annually.
Portfolio Server 11starts at an estimated retail price of US$1,999. Competitive upgrades are available for a variety of products, including Final Cut Pro Server. Existing Portfolio Server users with a current annual service agreement (ASA) will receive product upgrades free of charge, and upgrade pricing is also available for existing Portfolio Standalone, Portfolio Server and Portfolio Studio customers.
Portfolio Server is available in English, French, German, and Japanese. For more info go to www.extensis.com/portfolio .