Pimcore offers a highly flexible and configurable metadata management system. Together with the convenient tagging module, it makes your enterprise's shift towards creating a findable and meaningful asset collection attainable. Our Open Source DAM platform ensures that file management remains easy and consistent.
Meta-information, which contains asset specifications, plays a vital role in putting files to their optimal use. Store metadata like copyright and license information, image descriptions, or any other metadata in a central place. Automatically add descriptive metadata, such as the date of uploading and the file size. An easy to use tagging module shifts your enterprise towards creating a findable and meaningful asset data collection.
Be it images, videos, office documents, or any other file type: The Pimcore DAM platform helps you store various metadata around it. Whether it's descriptive (file type, title, keywords), administrative (creation date, geographic parameters, expiration date, licensing details), technical (database, glossary), process-based (project, approver, status), or any other sort of metadata. Store and structure it efficiently with our open-source DAM solution, preconfigured per asset type and in multiple languages.
With the introduction of advanced data types for DAM, Pimcore revolutionizes high-level enterprise metadata management. It features the most sophisticated visual asset metadata modeling capabilities, never before seen in any other digital asset management solution. Make your DAM smarter by utilizing these excellent new features for data modeling.Learn more
Adding PIM/MDM Intelligence
In many use cases, digital assets get their metadata and other enriched attributes from related product information and other master data. Use the included PIM and MDM functionalities to make your digital asset metadata even smarter.Learn more
International Metadata Standards
The Pimcore Open Source DAM platform not only adds metadata to assets. It also scans, indexes, and displays existing metadata attached to images according to the XMP, IPTC, and EXIF standards. Based on these standards, embedded data such as the photographer, the equipment used, or the photograph's location are captured, alongside other details.