Libris by PhotoShelter Welcomes the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles and Los Angeles Chargers to Rapidly Expanding Customer Base

Libris Is the Simplest and Fastest Digital Asset Management Platform Built for Visual Media

Libris, a leading digital asset management platform empowering brands to effortlessly create visual stories, today announces the addition of seven prominent clients to the Libris community including the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles and Los Angeles Chargers, the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games, Yellowstone Forever, the Connecticut Office of Tourism, the George Washington University School of Business and the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.

These well-known organizations join over 800 professional sports teams, top universities and brands in travel, hospitality and media who use Libris every day to upload, organize and share files of all types — including photos, videos, PDFs, audio files, Word documents, spreadsheets and more.

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In Libris’ 2018 Report: Engaging Your Audience with Visual Content, we discovered that 65% of marketers are sharing visual content on a daily basis. With organizations circulating photos and videos at an increasingly high rate, successful brands are realizing this demands new strategies for centralizing and distributing their media. That’s why large organizations are turning to Libris for efficient, cloud-based management of their visual content.

“Organizations like the Philadelphia Eagles, Los Angeles Chargers and the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games depend on fast access to their photos and videos,” says Andrew Fingerman, CEO of PhotoShelter. “Their goal is to share visual stories quickly and engage their audiences with exciting and relevant content — and that’s where Libris comes in. We’re thrilled to welcome such a distinguished list of new clients to our community.”

Launched in 2015, the Libris platform continues to experience 100% client growth year-over-year.

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