Compare OpenText Media Management vs. Veritone Core

OpenText Media Management is ranked 23rd in Digital Asset Management while Veritone Core is ranked 25th in Digital Asset Management. OpenText Media Management is rated 0, while Veritone Core is rated 0. On the other hand, OpenText Media Management is most compared with , whereas Veritone Core is most compared with .
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Overview

Digital asset management (DAM) software helps organize, store and deliver rich media assets such as images, videos, animations, podcasts and more. DAM software makes it easy to search for media assets through metadata tags and provides insights about the file. The best digital asset management software allows enterprises to access digital assets anytime, anywhere and improves collaboration internally and externally with creative vendors, agencies and partners.

Veritone Core gives you complete control over your content so you can continuously monetize your valuable assets. Upon ingest, Core applies cognitive metadata to audio, video, still images and other assets, making your archive smart. With the ability to add aiWARE, metadata is cognitively enriched so your team can quickly search, discover, access and share assets with stakeholders and audiences around the world.

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Marks & Spencer, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Argos, News UK, Rosetta Stone, Tarkett, DDR Corp., PBS
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