The company wants to integrate Digital Asset Management capabilities into its portfolio.
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KeyShot maker Luxion has acquired Digizuite and its Digital Asset Management (DAM) platform which allows companies to work with content, assets, and media. Luxion is planning to integrate DAM capabilities into its portfolio.
This should help it make a "significant step towards revolutionizing the digital supply chain landscape, offering innovative products that empower businesses to streamline asset management, collaboration, and content delivery across all channels."
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"The benefits of 3D visualization are no longer limited to art and product design," said Claus Thorsgaard, CEO of Luxion. "These tools now serve an integral business purpose, improving the operations of companies worldwide. By adding Digizuite to Luxion's suite of products and services, we are empowering our customers with another essential tool: digital asset management."
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Luxion says this merger stems from growing demand for digital asset management in fields from CAD files to AR/VR content. It also mentions the importance of 3D visualization in the product development process.
Luxion and Digizuite will join forces in the coming months aiming to bring customers enhanced products and services.
"In a fully digital world, the creation of a unified digital supply chain is imperative. This encompasses intelligent automation, cross-team collaboration, and targeted delivery of omnichannel content, all powered by multipurpose 3D assets. This is the path to competitiveness."