User Stories

  • Content-X at Norway’s largest magazine publisher

    More than 50 Scandinavian magazines and weekly newspapers, together with their digital content, will be produced with the editorial system jointly developed by ppi Media and Digital Collections.

  • To the cloud with 75 million assets

    FUNKE MEDIENGRUPPE, one of Germany's largest newspaper and magazine publishers, centralizes its digital assets in a cloud based Content Hub that will be accessed from all editorial departments.

  • Product Information Management with DC-X

    DC-X goes PIM: In September 2015, the internationally operating distributor and retailer Gebr. Heinemann started using Digital Collections' Digital Asset Management System DC-X for image workflow and product information management.

  • Local News From Everywhere

    The Simple UI, DC-X's newly developed, easy-to-use Graphical User Interface, enables Nordkurier journalists to report more flexibly in a more mobile and advanced manner.

  • DC5 as a PR tool

    The ORF (Austrian broadcast corporation) has been using DC products since 1997 to manage incoming pictures and to organize its press picture archive.

  • Heading towards a media-neutral workflow

    DC-X was first set up at the OZ and the Lübecker Nachrichten in 2010 as an archiving solution for articles, pages and pictures and to manage incoming newswires, emails etc. Functions such as the import of reader photos, the archiving of audio and video files and eventually the Story Editor for digital publishing have arrived little by little.

  • One for all: DC-X as the central media database at Ringier

    The Digital Asset Management (DAM) system DC-X has become the heart of the software landscape at the Ringier media group in Switzerland. It is the central software used to create content in a media-neutral way before making it available for online, print and mobile publishing.

  • Editorial workflow for all media channels

    “By using Content-X as an editorial solution, we see ourselves as a successful benchmark for other small publishing companies who are cost-conscious and do not need an editorial system that has endless functions, is difficult to operate and needs high investment. We can definitely fully recommend Content-X.”