This article contains:
- List of DAM systems that are currently supported
- List of Stock Image and Icon banks that are currently supported
- About Templafy DAM Integrations
- Templafy API for generic DAM integrations
- DAM-systems and folder setup
DAM systems currently supported (Custom integrations)
- Getty Image Media Manager
- Dropbox (Beta)
- Generic DAM / Custom Integration
- The noun project
More DAM systems can be added on request. The only requirement is that the DAM provider has a well-described API.
List of Stock Image and Icon banks that are currently supported
About Templafy DAM Integrations
Templafy integrates with numerous cloud-based DAM systems. The integration requires an API from the DAM provider in order for Templafy to integrate. An integration to an image library on a third party DAM system, for example, will allow users to find and use images from that provider both from the Templafy interface in Microsoft Office, and on the web. Via integrations, Templafy aggregates all relevant company content for Office documents, and presents it for Users inside their office applications.
When a new integration is requested, Templafy team members engage with the DAM provider to obtain the information required to seamlessly communicate with the DAM service.
Templafy API for generic DAM integrations
Templafy has a public API from where all implementation partners or customers can setup their own integration to an external DAM system.
DAM integrations using the generic API
- Google Contact Photos
- OpenText DAM
DAM-systems and folder setup
Templafy is limited by the DAM provider in relation to organizing digital assets in the DAM. Some DAM providers are using folders, some are using search based (tags) techniques and some have a combination of both. This is fully handled by the DAM provider, and Templafy is limit by this because the integration is done via an API. To get an overview of which DAM uses a folder structure, please look at the below table:
|DAM||Support folder structure||Support search function||Supports user specific content|
|Getty Image Media Manager||No||Yes||No|
|The Noun Project||No||Yes||No|
*Users can authenticate via OAuth1 login flow and have a content different from the default provided for the tenant. This is supported in the WebApp, Web-Addins and VSTO-Addins.