Manage your digital files
Digital asset management system
Picture & video library software
Fully customisable style and branding
Free trial No download needed
Free trial No download needed
With a digital asset management (DAM) system you can store digital assets - image, video, audio and any other file types - in a central location where they can be organised, searched, retrieved, shared and downloaded as required.
Find out how our digital asset management software will benefit your business.
With custom style and branding your online library will look its best, exactly as you want it to look. Here are some great looking public facing sites to browse around.
Any type of file can be uploaded. A system manager can control exactly who can see and do what with Trinity's sophisticated permissions and security features.
E-commerce is standard and ready to go if required.
See how an iBase image and video library will enhance you and your customers' experience.
Begin using your digital asset management system or picture / video library straightaway, we'll deliver it ready configured for your immediate requirements.
Then make changes yourself whenever you like.
Everything you see can be completely customised to your exact requirements - all configuration is infinitely flexible.
We work with top names across a wide range of sectors, meeting all of their individual requirements.
We also have many small and medium sized clients in the UK, Australia, New Zealand and the USA.
Tate is using iBase software in its Archives & Access project, to help process a mammoth haul of artists’ materials, including diaries, letters, photographs and sketchbooks. iBase has a long-standing relationship with Tate, where a combination of standard and bespoke software complements the workflow and strict processes of the photography department. With the inception of the Archives & Access project,…
These are requirements that we have received, with information relating to the identity of the originator removed. Requirements received Currently we have a dedicated “Reference Library” folder that is shared across our network. At the moment it is a total mess, comprising of 3,074 folders and 35,000 files. It is unprotected and has no intelligent…
The University of Westminster has launched its new image library using iBase Trinity digital asset management software. With already more than 8,000 images uploaded and available to logged-in users, the image library has become a valuable asset to administrative and academic staff. The University of Westminster has made good use of iBase Trinity’s hierarchical keyword…
Every year since they started it in 2006, the research department of University College Dublin have run a competition for the best images of research, and now the iBase digital asset management system used for the competition has been upgraded to iBase Trinity, taking advantage of the latest features available. With the new system –…