CoreMedia users will be able to leverage Cloudinary’s web-based digital asset management (DAM) solution to organize, manage and optimize their media assets, including images and videos, and to orchestrate, preview, and deliver digital experiences consistently and optimized across all channels and browsers.
Online retailers understand that they must deliver personalized, content-rich experiences. The tension lies in delivering personalized, media-rich content efficiently and consistently without impeding the customer experience with less than optimal images and videos and lagging page load times – and losing customers at these critical engagement points.
“We’re pleased to be working with Cloudinary as a technology partner for digital asset management,” said Karsten Reuter, SVP Product Management at CoreMedia. “Their deep experience with global eCommerce brands will serve our customers well, and we’re thrilled to provide an integration to their solution for enhanced media management, including the most dynamic video optimization capabilities we’ve seen.”
“A brand’s digital media is everything; images and videos are at the center of every successful campaign and drive improved customer engagement,” said Kobi Schwarts, Director of Business Development at Cloudinary. “The ability to deliver fully-optimized media assets quickly and efficiently is critical for any online retailer today, and we look forward to helping CoreMedia users leverage our unique image and video management solution, including our new DAM capabilities, to deliver the kinds of modern shopping experiences their customers have come to expect.”
You can get the source code here: https://github.com/CoreMedia/content-hub-adapter-cloudinary
It is provided as a CoreMedia Plugin.
- Content Hub
- Cloudinary Account
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The code we provide is meant to be example code, illustrating a set of features that could be used to enhance your CoreMedia experience. We'd love to hear your feedback on use-cases and further developments! Please refer to the Github issues section if you have problems with our code. If you already have a solution to an issue, we love to review and integrate your pull requests.