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Hi!
I have to build a picture database for our company. They will be ALOT of pictures and the software will have to be very user friendly.

We will be two divisions to use the database, and they are located in two different cities.

I hear about a software named portfolio or something like that...

Somebody have a suggestion?
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I use iView Media Pro to manage and catalogue my photography, its known as DAM or Digital Asset Management software. Although iView has been purchased by micro soft it still remains as one of the better programs to manage/catalogue large amounts of files. You could also take a look at -

Portfolio 8.5
http://www.extensis.com/en/products/...ASTRLAQAAUARSQ

idImager 3
http://www.idimager.com/news.htm

Shoebox
http://www.kavasoft.com/Shoebox/


If you've got some time to do research, I strongly recommend checking out THE DAM FORUMS it has tons of info on all the available DAM software. All the different programs have their benefits over each other, it's really just down to which one will offer you the best solution to suit your needs.
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Thanks for your suggestions, it'll help me alot. I'll let you know wich one we choose!
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