Digital Asset Management (DAM) company QBank recently released a plugin to the publishing system Roxen. Qbank is a hub for managing all media files for example in a newsroom. This includes everything from photos and illustration to audio and video. The plugin between QBank and Roxen will offer Roxen’s customers a more complete solution for their Digital Asset Management.
QBank has an open interface which makes it easy to create a plugin between it and other systems. The customer value is great because it allows customers to still utilize their investments and at the same time ad a better management tool for images and video. For Roxen’s users it will be easier to find and use material from a central location. Roxen’s solutions is today used by 100 publications in 22 countries in 4 continents.
Svenskt Näringsliv is the first user of this plugin and the strength of an central hub to manage images and video is essential.
- The QBank integration with Roxen has made the production of the newspaper Entreprenör more efficient, by reducing the number of processes and eliminating duplications in the workflow. The collaboration between Roxen and QBank is already benefitting us.
Nicklas Mattson, Editorial manager at Svenskt Näringsliv
For more information, contact:
Per Östlund, CEO, Roxen
Phone: +46 732 30 30 13
Roxen develops web-based editorial and content management tools for multi-channel publishing, i.e. online and in print. Customers include Shaw Media, Metro France, Metro Sweden, Transcontinental Media, Princeton University, RTL Nederland and Verizon.
Roxen was established in 1994. The head office and development center is located in Linköping, Sweden. Roxen also has offices in Stockholm, The Netherlands and U.S.. For more information, visit www.roxen.com.
Roxen was named one of Europe’s most innovative technology ventures and was awarded the Red Herring Top 100 Europe Award in 2012.