You have important stories to share. We want to help.
Between doing life-changing work and managing always-tight budgets, many non-profits can’t afford the tools needed to help them tell their story and reach more people. As a B Corp we believe that we have a responsibility as a business to help our communities thrive. That’s why we created Give A DAM. Each quarter, we choose an amazing non-profit to receive an Image Relay license, training, and implementation—for free. We’re proud that a growing list of incredible non-profits have already begun putting our digital asset management solution to use for their important work. If your nonprofit could use help managing and sharing its content, please apply today!
If you've already applied and are wondering when you'll receive access, don't worry! We've seen your email but there may be other organizations who have applied previously and are now receiving the platform. If your organization qualifies we will reach out once it's your turn. Here's our quarterly schedule 👉
|January 1 - March 31
|April 1- June 30
|July 1 - September 30
|October 1- December 31
Digital Asset Management (or DAM) is software that allows companies and organizations to store, organize, access, and distribute digital content, including documents, images, videos, audio files, and other rich media. A key differentiator between digital asset management (DAM) and other file storage options (like Dropbox, Google Drive, folders on your desktop, etc...) is the ability to add and associate various kinds of metadata to provide contextual information about the digital content to make the retrieval and use of content more effective.
What that means is that digital asset management is the way you win back your time. It helps eliminate bothersome file requests, ends fruitless searching for content, centralizes content so it’s not all over the place, gives access to the right content for the right people when they need it, and replaces broken tools for sharing content.
Here's a short video that walks through some of the features of Image Relay's DAM ⬇️
Lots of people! Digital asset management is useful for marketers, designers, photographers, other creatives, event managers, sales people, retailers, product managers, distributors, human resources managers, and many others. If your organization has a lot of content, digital asset management can make a big difference saving your team time and headaches.
Companies and organizations in almost any industry can use digital asset management but it is especially common in consumer packaged goods (CPG), cosmetics, food & beverage, agencies, fashion and apparel, non-profits, colleges and universities, museums, hotels and resorts, municipal organizations, sports, health care, software, furniture, etc. You get the picture.
Image Relay has customers in more than 80 industries. Most of our early customers are still with us today after more than 10 years of service. Some of the companies and organizations that use Image Relay include Ben & Jerry’s, Cabot Creamery, Darn Tough, Citrix, Middlebury College, Tuck (Dartmouth) School of Business, Cox Automotive, Snowbird, Killington, Isuzu, O’Neill, The MacArthur Foundation, Dietz & Watson, Penske, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Jacuzzi, Seiko, and many others.
Image Relay is a distributed team with team members throughout the country. Our headquarters are in Burlington, Vermont and we have an additional office location in Boston, Massachusetts.
Yes, we are! We know that's unusual for a software company but we aren't here to just fit in.
Why did we decide to become a B Corp? We weren't happy with how most businesses are run, especially software companies. Most are only focused on creating shareholder value and that means making decisions that often run against values about how to treat customers, how to treat employees, how to treat the environment, and how to treat our communities. We knew business could be better and we wanted to set an example.
To become a B Corp we passed the B Impact Assessment, which evaluates a company’s environmental impact, financial transparency, worker compensation, and many other attributes. The assessment is structured in four sections (governance, workers, community, and environment) and is audited by the nonprofit B Lab. We also met the legal requirements for B Corp certification, which allows Image Relay to act in the interest of all stakeholders (e.g., the planet)—not just the shareholders.