Swiss content management provider Picturepark® has announced that they have partnered with ELCA - one of Switzerland’s biggest IT companies.
Picturepark enables organizations to build purpose-specific solutions that help them to better manage and route any type of content, at any scale. Designed API-first and based on a modern technology stack, Picturepark combines the primary benefits of multiple content management disciplines: master data (MDM), product information (PIM), digital asset (DAM) and headless content management.
Ramon Forster, CEO of Picturepark, said regarding the partnership: «ELCA has a rich history in providing highly customised software-centric solutions for a wide range of clients. It’s exactly the sort of partner that the new Picturepark Content Platform is made for - with plenty of development power and a real tech pedigree. We look forward to a bright future of working together to provide solutions that are highly-functional and streamlined.»
ELCA build, develop and deliver a selection of different IT solutions with a focus on assisting clients in a creating and sustaining value through digitalisation. Michael Erne, Web and Digital Project Manager at ELCA, said the following on the subject: «Here at ELCA, we specialise in a range of different subject areas but in this new partnership with Picturepark, we very much look forward to specifically working together on projects related to Data Governance and Management.»
ELCA is one of the biggest independent Swiss full-service providers for business and technology solutions, and a leader in the fields of IT business consulting, software development and maintenance, and IT systems integration. ELCA solutions reduce complexity and increase innovation cycles, improve business outcomes and customer satisfaction. The privately owned company, with almost 1000 experts, has branches in Lausanne, Zurich, Berne Geneva, Basel, Paris, Madrid, London, Mauritius, Granada (nearshore development) and Ho Chi Minh City (offshore development), all operating according to a common process framework.