MediaValet DAM locks into SharePoint
MediaValet Inc. a provider of cloud-based digital asset management (DAM) software, has announced integration that allows SharePoint users to view, manipulate and share all popular formats and sizes of photos, videos, audio files, graphics, animations and 2D and 3D CAD files within the platform.
Microsoft launched Sharepoint in 2001 to address organisations' fundamental need to store and manage documents in a central, secure location. Today, over 200,000 organizations around the world rely on SharePoint as their company-wide intranet.
MediaValet's integration with SharePoint allows organisations to add high resolution, large format, rich media, 2D and 3D files to SharePoint, view and manipulate them in full resolution, and download or share them in all popular formats or sizes. Rendering is delivered on demand by MediaValet, along with version control and rights management.
MediaValet's recent launch of its 3D AutoCAD viewer further enhances the SharePoint integration by enabling all users to view and manipulate detailed industrial design, engineering and architectural files on their corporate intranets. Manipulation of 3D models includes the ability to rotate, zoom, explode, slice and do walk-throughs.
"Our integration with SharePoint is another major step in our journey towards democratizing high value, rich media, digital assets across organisations," commented David MacLaren, founder and CEO at MediaValet.
"For the first time in sixteen years, users of the world's leading document management and storage solution are able to view, manipulate and work with rich media, design and CAD files -- right within their corporate intranets. Next up, enabling enterprise-wide asset collaboration."