Quincy, MA, March 6 – The Las Vegas Review-Journal has selected the MerlinOne SaaS solution to manage its local, wire and archived images. As part of the project, legacy content documenting years of the desert town’s history will be available in one searchable digital asset management system.
Merlin will serve as the publication’s picture desk and archive; a repository of local photographers’ images. Merlin Trax assignment system will be used for scheduling and monitoring progress of all new assignments. MerlinOne supplies all servers, storage and other equipment, does all the IT tasks, and support and upgrades are included. The publication benefits from lower costs, no IT workload, and no need to be continually adding storage: all that is MerlinOne’s responsibility.
Merlin is a full featured digital asset management system, used by universities, non-profits, industry, healthcare, government and publishers, that allows users to organize millions of photos and other multimedia files using fast, precise searching with easy and flexible workflows.
Merlin hosted systems are a full, outsourced, digital asset management solution offered as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). MerlinOne manages its services in a top-notch co-location facility with high security, generator backups and multiple connections to Internet backbones and provides performance and uptime guarantees, and complete redundancy. MerlinOne can be installed on-premise and also for instances running on Amazon Web Services (AWS), so customers can choose the solution that best fit their strategic IT goals.
About MerlinOne – MerlinOne, Inc. is a trusted digital asset management expert. The Merlin picture desk / digital asset management solution clients include The White House, Pfizer, Harvard Business School, World Vision, The Humane Society, The New York Times and CBS.
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