Our Story

Back in 2002, you would find Image Relay’s founder, Skye Chalmers, crouching in snow for hours to get a few good photos of a snowboarder shredding down the mountain. After a day in the field, Skye would come back to his studio, sort through hundreds of photos to find the ones worth processing, edit the best ones . . . and then burn them to a DVD to mail to a client. Skye knew there had to be a better way. That’s when Image Relay was born.

Since that time we’ve been committed to a singular mission: build the easiest-to-use platform for marketers and creatives to manage and share digital content. That started with creating the first cloud-based Digital Asset Management (DAM) platform and evolved into Marketing Delivery. Marketing Delivery is the true heart of all marketing operations and how winning companies get Marketing to Market.

The journey

We have grown from a few customers in Vermont to hundreds of customers across six continents today. Now tens of thousands of marketers, brand managers, designers, photographers, sales people, retailers, and other creatives around the world use Image Relay every day.

Founded

2002

Made in

Vermont

Users on

6 continents

coming for you, Antarctica

We’re one of many B Corps

3,500+

Old logos we’d like to forget

5

Years we’ve been in the cloud

19

Founded

2002

Made in

Vermont

Users on

6 continents

coming for you, Antarctica

We’re one of many B Corps

3,500+

Old logos we’d like to forget

5

Years we’ve been in the cloud

19

Committed to Change

We did not set out to be just another tech company. We don’t define success with one number. Success to us is measured in happy customers, happy employees, and a positive impact in our communities. That’s why in 2014 we became a certified B Corp and joined a growing community now consisting of more than 3,500 companies across the world committed to redefining success in business.

We don’t ask our employees to check their values at the door. We know that this job is just one part of their life, so Image Relay provides the compensation, benefits, and support for our team to do well and also do good.

Our Core Values

1. Empathy drives our actions.

We honor different perspectives and experiences. This empathy is what shapes our interactions and influences how we build our product.

2. We celebrate contributions and accomplishments.

Everyone on our team adds to our success. We win together. We cheer the closing of deals, completion of big projects, and all the small actions behind those accomplishments.

3. We grow through action.

We encourage experimentation and want our team to learn and grow from our successes and our failures. If we have an idea, we act on it, we don’t just think about it forever.

4. We are human, and we talk like it.

We communicate with clarity and kindness, not jargon or sales pitches. We have all felt that confusion of not knowing what someone is talking about, and it sucks. Acronyms and buzzwords can function like inside jokes, and we don’t want to make anyone feel bad from being confused about a conversation.

5. We are committed to the long-term.

We want to drive value and build relationships for the long-term, not only short-term benefit. We won’t chase every new fad with our partnerships or our product development. Saying no is sometimes best.

6. We are kind.

No one should leave an interaction and feel worse about themselves. This is our promise as a company.

7. We do good.

We are committed to doing no harm with how we build our product and how it is used. We dedicate time and resources to enhance the work of non-profit partners. We know we cannot do much alone, so we are active in communities small and large to grow impact.

8. We seek work-life harmony for our team and our customers.

We provide the benefits and flexibility to allow our employees to achieve personal and professional goals. Our product exists to make work lives easier and more efficient. We want our customers to get more done and be able to get out of the office sooner.

9. We embrace the whole.

We don’t ask our team to check their values, personalities, or emotions at the door. We welcome all that our team members bring to their work.

1. Empathy drives our actions.

We honor different perspectives and experiences. This empathy is what shapes our interactions and influences how we build our product.

2. We celebrate contributions and accomplishments.

Everyone on our team adds to our success. We win together. We cheer the closing of deals, completion of big projects, and all the small actions behind those accomplishments.

3. We grow through action.

We encourage experimentation and want our team to learn and grow from our successes and our failures. If we have an idea, we act on it, we don’t just think about it forever.

4. We are human, and we talk like it.

We communicate with clarity and kindness, not jargon or sales pitches. We have all felt that confusion of not knowing what someone is talking about, and it sucks. Acronyms and buzzwords can function like inside jokes, and we don’t want to make anyone feel bad from being confused about a conversation.

5. We are committed to the long-term.

We want to drive value and build relationships for the long-term, not only short-term benefit. We won’t chase every new fad with our partnerships or our product development. Saying no is sometimes best.

6. We are kind.

No one should leave an interaction and feel worse about themselves. This is our promise as a company.

7. We do good.

We are committed to doing no harm with how we build our product and how it is used. We dedicate time and resources to enhance the work of non-profit partners. We know we cannot do much alone, so we are active in communities small and large to grow impact.

8. We seek work-life harmony for our team and our customers.

We provide the benefits and flexibility to allow our employees to achieve personal and professional goals. Our product exists to make work lives easier and more efficient. We want our customers to get more done and be able to get out of the office sooner.

9. We embrace the whole.

We don’t ask our team to check their values, personalities, or emotions at the door. We welcome all that our team members bring to their work.