Digital Collections (DC) has become part of the CCI Europe family in April 2019. The software company from Denmark has acquired full ownership of DC. It is best known for its multichannel publishing platform CUE, which it has developed together with its subsidiary company Escenic. The DC-X digital asset management (DAM) system from DC now expands CCI’s offering.

WebJuly 2019. DC-X continues as a stand-alone DAM solution, but is also added as a native component of CUE. Customers of DC-X will receive the same support and service as the long-term partnership with ppi Media continues.

“Joining the CUE family is a natural next step in DC’s future development. Our customers are increasingly focused on tools and systems that can help them drive their digital business forward. CCI has a best-in-class publishing platform in CUE which offers a strong solution to the digital transformation challenge,” says Ole Olsen, founder and CEO of DC. DC will continue to operate as a separate company with own products and customer base, collaborating closely with CCI and Escenic for future developments. “Welcoming DC to the CUE family means an extra boost to our innovation power. The DC team is second-to-none when it comes to digital asset management solutions and we look forward to learning from and evolving with them,” says Dan Korsgaard, CEO of CCI.



  1. About CCI Europe

    CCI develops content creation and publishing platforms for media and brand publishers all over the world. It helps customers create engaging content, reach new audiences, and run a profitable business.

    In the last six months, CCI has received orders for CUE installations from several large media companies, such as “The Economist”, Polish broadcaster TVN, and German news publishers “Der Tagesspiegel”, “Handelsblatt”, “Badische Neueste Nachrichten”, and “Ippen Verlagsgruppe”, with more orders in the pipeline. CCI is experiencing strong interest from organisations who are looking for a partner and a platform to drive their digital transformation.

    CCI is headquartered in Aarhus, Denmark, and is part of the Stibo Group. www.ccieurope.com