ResourceSpace has changed the way the DEC uses content, making it much easier for us to quickly make assets available both internally and externally during our emergency appeals.
Don't just take our word for it. See how these organisations have seen real results with ResourceSpace.
TOMY needed a self-service system which didn’t involve their people spending time sourcing on their behalf. This is where ResourceSpace delivers.
The Ashmolean Museum
By integrating with their Collection Management System, ResourceSpace simplified the process for adding new objects and digital assets.
Using ResourceSpace to achieve and maintain a high level of consistency and coordination in the management and application of resources.
Disasters Emergency Committee
Speed of search and ease of use has proved fundamental to the success of the DEC's ResourceSpace installation, especially during emergency appeals.
The Royal Parks
The flexible search options ResourceSpace offers means users can easily search by location across all The Royal Parks sites, and further filter by season or project.
The Walters Art Museum
Having previously relied on manual file hierarchies and then an unreliable alternative DAM system, The Walters has seen real results with ResourceSpace.
Speed and co-ordination is critical for CARE International, particularly during large scale emergency appeals. The charity's ResourceSpace platform now holds more than 21,000 images, submitted and accessed by 495 users in worldwide locations.
History of Science Museum
The implementation of ResourceSpace and the integration with their EMu Collections Management System has been a game changer, with no need to 'double' up on work as they had done with a previous system.
Arterial Street Design
The Arterial Streets team relies on multiple data fields, and highly specific searches need to be initiated to call up the exact file that's required. This is where ResourceSpace delivers.