Cambridge Imaging Systems
are a small development company with 12 staff. We have been developing
software for media archive management systems since 1991. We only work
on large-scale projects for corporate and government clients including
the Ministry of Defence, BBC Resources, BBC Monitoring, ITN, the Imperial
War Museum, British Telecom and British Pathe. Our software systems have
been developed over the last seventeen years to provide a flexible architecture,
able to interface with existing software and able to integrate with existing
As we are a small development company, we are able to commit high-level
staff to a project which helps to successfully complete projects and to
build very good relationships with all of our clients.
We prefer to use industry standard protocols and interfaces and embrace
the use of open-source code to speed development and to keep costs down.
We have experience of integrating our software with many different types
of administrative, commercial and industrial systems.
Box of Broadcasts has been built using Cambridge Imaging Systems'
Imagen Asset Management System; a suite of modules capable of
large scale, ingest, storage, database management, web access, e-commerce
and output applications.
For more information: www.cambridgeimaging.com