The international news agency needed a central platform to gather and distribute its images and graphics.
With over a hundred offices worldwide, UNICEF needed an efficient tool to centralize and share all its assets.
This major manufacturer centralizes, shares and licenses their collections of assets with Cortex.
This American institution needed a platform to store and distribute its material.
This full service image licensing agency representing some of the most engaging and sought after contemporary photographers wanted a platform to store and license its unique collection.
This international NGO uses Cortex across 55 offices worldwide to share, present, secure and distribute their assets.
MCNY uses Cortex to store and present to the public the Museum's collections on the history of New York City.
This global NGO wanted a centralized tool to store and share its media across its 25 locations around the globe.
This high-end photo agency wanted to provide a first rate experience to its users.
This branch of the United Nations needed a platform to streamline its internal communications and outreach communications with the public.
The oldest international cooperative photo agency wanted a platform to preserve and license its rich collection spanning nearly a century.
The Global Fund needed a DAM to manage current and upcoming production and distribution of digital assets to support campaigns, initiatives and fundraising to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
This educational and professional development organization produces and publishes material on racism, prejudice, and antisemitism. Facing History wanted an enterprise-wide DAM system for the management, preservation, and accessibility of current and legacy assets.
This leading artists management and creative content agency uses Cortex for syndication, licensing and print sales.
The UK largest producer of royalty free stock imagery and motion clips uses Cortex to license royalty free and royalty managed assets directly and through distribution partners worldwide.
Arcangel specialises in supplying highly creative photography to the book industry.
The agency uses Cortex to promote and license images to discerning picture buyers.
In its commitment to extend the cultural currency of new and historically significant photographs, this agency needed a platform that would give it freedom of action.
This picture library specializes in history, fine art and photography. The company has a rich collection of millions of images and needed a centralized DAM to make it available in 3 different interfaces, 3 different languages.
Newspix is the image licensing and syndication department for News Limited, one of Australia’s largest news corporation. They use Cortex to feature and licenses archive images and new content.
Fairfax Syndication combines the commercial licensing of current and archival content available from Fairfax Media publications with a consumer-oriented service for the reproduction of photos and newspaper front pages.
Art Resource is one of the largest fine art photo archive, licensing art historical images from the world's major museums and commercial archives including the Metropolitan Museum, Museum of Modern Art, and Andy Warhol Foundation.