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ADAM Software Awarded Prestigious Frost & Sullivan 2011 Global Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award in Digital Asset Management

ADAM Software's market leadership and mind-share have been recognized by Frost & Sullivan with the 2011 Global Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award in Digital Asset Management

GHENT, Belgium, Aug. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Frost & Sullivan 2011 Global Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award in Digital Asset Management has been awarded to ADAM Software in recognition of ADAM's thought leadership and innovation in the global Digital Asset Management (DAM) market. The award is given to the best-in-class company worldwide chosen amongst all competitors in their market sector, and is based on a stringent analysis of how the companies manage growth, leadership and innovation.

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Since 2005, ADAM Software has been driving disruptive change in the DAM market through developing intelligent media management systems that were the first to recognize the necessity of integrating Business Process Management Systems (BPMS ) with media/marketing workflow as vital differentiators in a rapidly developing market. This thought leadership has been recognized in the Frost & Sullivan award report: "ADAM Software has rocketed to prominence in the DAM market in the last four years and established considerable mind share." Acknowledging ADAM Software's combined vision and technological expertise, the report authors continue, "[ADAM Software's] keen emphasis on quality, customer focus, and greater return on investment (ROI) [means] it richly deserves its status as a customer-centric technology and thought leader in the market."

"I'm thrilled that everyone at ADAM's hard work over the past five years has been recognized by this important award," says Pieter Casneuf, CEO at ADAM Software. "ADAM Software is a major driving force for change in what is becoming a vital technology for enterprise-level companies. We're leading the way as DAM moves from an IT-departmental solution towards DAM as an IT-platform for building enterprise content solutions. The report makes note of our solution's already second-to-none scalability, modularity and ability to seamlessly integrate with organizational workflows, but this really is only the beginning of what the market can look forward to from ADAM."

ADAM Software's thought leadership is already driving industry change in new directions. As media content workflows grow rapidly in enterprise-level companies, DAM is set to move away from being a pure IT-solution towards delivering essential business functions for marketing and media companies and departments. The ADAM platform already combines a highly robust and adaptable IT-architecture with media-intelligent business capabilities, which means it is better poised than any other market competitor to respond to the changing needs of marketing and communications in the 21st century.

Areas where ADAM already provides for market needs beyond traditional DAM systems include the creation of solutions for automated catalog publishing, Web2Print management, fully integrated packaging workflows and end-to-end management of localized media assets for different regional market sectors. ADAM Software is also working in partnership with Van Gennep - a publishing workflow systems leader - to produce a unique, BPMS-driven packaging workflow that delivers faster, more consistent output with significant cost-savings through efficiency and asset repurposing.

ADAM Software's entrepreneurial distinction is underlined by its rapidly growing financials. The Frost & Sullivan report notes that "[ADAM Software] has held its own against market majors in the last 24 months and doubled in size since 2007 at a very impressive 50 plus percent compound annual growth rate. [...] ADAM Software is poised for strong organic growth as it makes further inroads into the North American market."

ADAM Software's financials are in a stable and solid position, and through continued excellence in technology, innovation and thought-leadership, ADAM Software expects this trend to continue into the foreseeable future.

About ADAM

ADAM Software is a global provider of media workflow and marketing supply chain software. We offer enterprises the ability to manage, structure and deliver media between people, processes and systems. Working with our partners enables us to implement our software globally while providing workflow solutions to all types of enterprises. What drives us is a passion to organize media intelligently, making it easier and more accessible to everyone.

ADAM - Media Intelligent

More info: visit www.adamsoftware.net

SOURCE Frost & Sullivan

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