Pixamba launches media management system for microstock

David Mail closed microstock agency Pixamba at the end of April to focus on his microstock management platform that has now launched.


Pixamba (www.pixamba.com) has today launched the Pixamba Media Management platform, a powerful yet affordable digital asset management service, specifically designed to help microstock photography users to manage their portfolio of licensed stock images effectively. Pixamba Media Management Service helps users to index, store, search, tag, retrieve and back up their images, whether purchased from photo stock agencies or edited in-house.

The service also enables users to manage micro stock photography in multiple drafts and file versions. Pixamba Media Management Service provides real-time visibility of each individual stock image, including when and how it was used and the up-to-date status of respective legal rights for further use. This allows users to ensure that set policy-based usage permissions and content security rules are adhered to.

Easy to use with an entry price point of $4.99 per account for 3GB space, Pixamba’s service provides a unique combination of features for microstock users:

  • Centralized digital media storage and management accessible from anywhere
  • Advanced fast search functionality • Integrated search in customer’s archive and in multiple stock agencies
  • Automated ‘Buy & Stock’ feature and original metadata retention 
  • Advanced version control
  • Automated indexing
  • Media-rights tracking for maximum ROI
  • User friendly and intuitive interaction
  • Fast image uploads and media indexing
  • SaaS delivery requiring no initial investment and low pay-as-you-go storage costs
  • Accepts virtually any digital asset, most images formats supported

Media cataloging by folders, light boxes, companies and categories Available as a software as a service solution based on an advanced cloud computing infrastructure, Pixamba Media Management requires no complex installation and ensures that image libraries are easily acces¬sible to multiple users.

David Mail, CEO and founder of Pixamba said: “With the exponential growth in the global microstock market, there has been a dramatic increase in microstock-based creative files. We believe that we are the first to market to provide a digital asset management system that puts the stock photography consumers in full control of their archives of licensed images”. The new service is aimed at purchasers of digital stock photography including web designers, graphic designers, creative and advertising agencies and media, marketing and academic users.

Pixamba Media Management Service is available immediately.

Marco | Editor

Editor at large and founder of a bunch of stockphoto businesses

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