We are very pleased to announce that Imagen Ltd has been recognised by Frost & Sullivan, who awarded us Global DAM Entrepreneurial Company of the Year!
Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company, cited our competitive differentiation and passionate persistence, our customer service and purchase experience, and our core brand equity as deciding factors in acknowledging the company over and above other contenders in our industry.
In their accompanying report, Frost & Sullivan commend the growth and development of our flagship product Imagen, which they claim to be ‘highly regarded in the market, notably for its ability to define standards in media preservation, provide intuitive interfaces as the public face of a media library, and ensure high security with granular access control rights’.
The report goes on to state that it’s not just the ‘sophisticated searching tools, feature-rich archival, seamless recording and automatic transcoding of broadcasted content’ that Imagen Ltd customers appreciate, but also the focus on the support we offer clients in order to fully realise the value of the solution provided.
Finally, Frost & Sullivan highlighted the core strength of the company, praising our heritage of trusted expertise, our key technology partners, and the internal team culture as key elements in the brand ‘rightfully gaining more attention for its unique offering.’
Imagen Ltd would like to thank Frost & Sullivan for their recognition, and applaud the whole team for their continued hard work which sees the company continue to grow.
Tom Blake, CEO
, Imagen Ltd,
“We would like to thank Frost & Sullivan for their recognition in awarding us Global DAM Entrepreneurial Company of the Year.
The award is testament to the exceptional team we have here, our longstanding commitment to both our clients and this industry, and represents a fantastic seal of approval in what promises to be an excellent year for the company.”
We look forward to accepting the award at the Best Practices Awards Gala in Boston, MA this summer so be sure to check back for updates.