Krommenie, September 29th, 2008 – elvis, the new Media Content Management Solution developed by dutchsoftware.com, will make its first public appearance at the IFRA Expo taking place from October 27th-30th, 2008 in Amsterdam. elvis is a new solution for centralizing, finding and utilizing media content. It is a true Media Content Repository, which is designed to centralize millions of videos, xml stories, images, docs and more into an enterprise-wide server platform, utilizing search engine technology. Users benefit from an innovative Flex/AIR client with an intuitive interface. All innovative features, including the elvis’ Flex/AIR integration with the new Adobe CS4, will be demonstrated at IFRA. dutchsoftware.com is located in hall 9 (Randstadhal) at stand 9030.
In a number of previews, demos and pilot installations elvis got very good response by highly respected publishing houses throughout Europe. So we are anxious to premiere our solution at the leading event for the publishing industry“, says Bastiaan Born, Commercial Director of dutchsoftware.com.
elvis is developed by users for users – it offers an intuitive interface so the application does not require intense training. The elvis server delivers inventive search engine technology for high performance and elaborate search features, making elvis go beyond the performance and searching limitations of traditional systems. Multiple powerful media processing nodes can be added for maximum performance.
Media content can enter elvis through any feed. A hotfolder for wire feeds, automatic archiving of print production content and batch import of for instance image archives are core features of the solution.
elvis is based on Java server technology and an Adobe Flex/AIR client. The system has all the advantages of web technology combined with a feature rich desktop application. The server components are all scalable. The customer can start with a single server set-up for a small organization and scale up to an enterprise wide server configuration with multiple search nodes, processing engines and storage zones.
Built-in configurable web services provide an interface to integrate elvis with other systems.
From print production to web CMS, from reporting to financial systems, elvis is made to integrate.