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Data Center, Server & Storage Solutions

A picture-perfect trade fair presence!

Scores of interesting and fruitful discussions with technically-minded visitors and innovative exhibitors made CeBIT 2017 a major success for exhibitor cleop Bilddatenbanksysteme GmbH & Co. KG, the dynamic force behind cloud-based image management software for businesses and organizations.

24 May. 2017
cleop Bilddatenbanksysteme

Like many other startups exhibiting at CeBIT in Hannover, cleop Bilddatenbanksysteme GmbH & Co. KG (founded in Kassel in 2015) is very happy with the results - yet again, in this company’s case. After all, it had already attended last year's event to showcase its star product cleop, a cloud-based image management software package for businesses and organizations, at Hesse's IT pavilion in Hall 2. The geographical roots of this fledgling company drew it into this regional happening with other members of the Hesse IT cluster. The project was conceived by Trade & Invest GmbH on behalf of the Hesse Department of Commerce to promote the region’s offerings for the entire IT and telecommunications market. The pavilion therefore provided the perfect setting for vigorous networking between these closely related companies.

The cleop cloud-based software solution for professional image and media management was developed to turn the archiving, allocation and structuring of image and media files into child's play. It accelerates communications processes and streamlines inefficient searching considerably. cleop is extremely intuitive to operate and can be seamlessly integrated into existing frameworks. What's more, by providing a mobile solution for optimizing media files, cleop ensures the picture you want is always right at your fingertips - just a mouse-click away. Last but not least, its lean software architecture and intuitive user interface also consign laborious onboarding processes and staff training to history.