Artesia Digital Media Group

Artesia Digital Media Group

company_name = The Artesia Digital Media Group
company_type = Public (NASDAQ: [] )
company_slogan = "Solutions for the Digital Ecosystem"
foundation = 1999
location_city = Rockville, Maryland
location_country = United States
industry = Digital Asset Management (software)
products = Artesia DAM
homepage = []

The Artesia Digital Media Group is a digital asset management software company with operations centered in the Washington, D.C. area and offices throughout North America and Europe. The company was originally a division of Thompson until a management buyout in 1999 created Artesia Technologies, Inc. The next year, Artesia was named one of Computerworld’s 100 Emerging Companies to Watch in 2000 [] and spent the next several years as one of a few companies working to define the newly forming category and promote Digital Asset Management as an important competency for firms dealing with digital media.

In late 2000, Artesia secured additional funding from a group of investors which included Warburg Pincus Ventures, BEA Systems, and Razorfish [ [ Artesia Gets $26 Million in Financing ] ] . In August 2004, the company was acquired by Open Text, an Enterprise Content Management company based in Waterloo, Ontario [ [ News - Open Text Corporation ] ] . Shortly thereafter, Artesia Technologies, Inc. was renamed “The Artesia Digital Media Group” to form the foundation of Open Text’s Digital Media Group [ [ News - Open Text Corporation ] ] . The company’s software, Artesia DAM, is a scalable, J2EE enterprise-class digital asset management solution for ingesting rich media content and managing the creative workflows around editing, collaborating, and distributing digital media files. Artesia DAM is currently used by companies in a variety of industries and sectors to manage advertising and marketing activities, and also within production environments in entertainment media, publishing, and the federal government.


External links

* - Company website

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