Brainlab develops technological innovations that fundamentally change the world of modern medicine. Every day.
The development of a new, individual DAM system with innovative special functions for Brainlab's medical technology experts was a very challenging project - with a very satisfactory outcome.
Customer Key Facts
Picture meets frame
High-quality visuals are one of Brainlab's most important communication tools. The image pool grows with every new innovation, every new project and product - which doesn't make it easier to organize it. The situation is getting even more challenging because of staff turnover and hardware-related data loss. What's missing? A global data architecture, ideally with an intelligent search function. In our opinion, it is crucial to create a Digital Asset Management (DAM) system that can cope with this incredible amount of data - without creating an enormous administrative burden. To achieve this, management, editing and approval processes must be radically simplified.
Get to the Pimcore
Countless image data. And one tool that helps manage them all: With an individualized Pimcore solution, we could develop a modern and flexible data management tool, perfecty fitted for Brainlab. Pimcore was tailored to the company's very specific requirements with some additional functions (programmed by us exclusively for Brainlab). Therfore, it has become the silver bullet of internal image data management.
IT that fits to a T
A tailor-made Pimcore tool that fits just perfectly: Managing the immense amount of image data of an international company like Brainlab, while also meeting their high demand for quality and topicality at the same time - AND without having to invest lots of capacity in organization and administration - was a great success for us, too. The new DAM ensures that existing assets are not duplicated in the system. The central organization of data radically simplifies searching and finding digital media. Employees can organize, edit, and convert imagery based on access rights; shared files are automatically used in the correct formats. Was Pimcore the perfect solution for Brainlab? DAM right!