LiquidPixels Scales-up Cross-Enterprise Dynamic Imagery Support

LiquidPixels Scales-up Cross-Enterprise Dynamic Imagery Support

By: Retail CIO Outlook | Tuesday, July 28, 2020

LiquidPixels, Inc., the premier provider of enterprise-class dynamic imaging solutions, today announced that its LiquiFire Operating System (OS) dynamic imagery solution supports every aspect of the enterprise ecosystem.

FREMONT, CA: LiquidPixels has long been associated with e-commerce as the preferred imaging solution for some of the largest e-commerce companies. LiquiFire OS supports all aspects of enterprise-class imaging needs, making LiquidPixels the only company to provide right end-to-end imaging support.

After decades of experience in leading the e-commerce imaging space, LiquidPixels has expanded its solutions to include multiple delivery methods, data management, advanced imaging capabilities, and automated optimization features, all within the LiquiFire OS platform. LiquiFire OS is a robust, scalable, and secures digital imaging solution that seamlessly integrates with existing infrastructures and automates workflows. Enterprise use-cases include product lifecycle management, CRM, enterprise resource planning, supply chain, field services, and much more.

"Imagery is everywhere and is used substantially more than just a marketing tool. Especially in this current economic landscape, it has become the foundation of the digital-first environment thats proved to be so critical for organizations today," says Steve Kristy, CEO of LiquidPixels. "LiquidPixels continues to deliver rich integration methods, automation tools, and advanced imaging solutions, along with a dedicated focus on security to support enterprise environments both now and in the future."

Benefits of LiquiFire OS for the enterprise include:

• Integration: LiquiFire OS is integration-agnostic. The software supports more than 100 image file formats and can seamlessly integrate with all major website platforms. LiquidPixels also offers four highly customizable delivery methods to fit into any existing infrastructure.

• Automation: LiquiFire OS Zap, LiquiFire Resolve, LiquiFire Viewer Suite, and LiquiFire Instant Optimization create a technology suite that optimizes images for a broad audience, automates repetitive tasks, reduces page weight, improves website speed, and minimizes the online image library.

• Security: LiquidPixels protects and secures every piece of data via fault-tolerant data centers.

• Complex Access Control: LiquiFire Orb allows exceptional fine-grain control at both the team and user levels.

Examples of enterprise use-cases include:

In e-commerce, a new product is photographed in a company studio using a high-resolution camera and tightly controlled lighting and color management. LiquiFire OS is then used to remove the background, forming the high-resolution base image automatically. The resulting image is added to the product database and paired with pricing, color options, inscription location, and available fonts. LiquiFire OS generates an appropriate resolution image for the e-commerce product page and optimizes the image for responsive website design. LiquiFire Viewer Suite is utilized to deliver interactive motion, zoom-and-pan, magnification, image collections, and multi-axis viewing solutions for every screen size and resolution. LiquiFire Resolve auto-detects every presentation device and creates the optimal resolution and image format based on a shopper's browser platform and settings. LiquiFire OS is then used to render products in the shopper's preferred colors, styles, and inscriptions. Once selections are made, LiquiFire OS generates a thumbnail image for the shopping cart. Finally, by referencing the master image and user preferences, Real-Time Inbox with LiquiFire OS creates an image on demand when the customer opens their confirmation email.

Another use-case is in large scale manufacturing. CAD/CAM and 3D markets can utilize LiquiFire OS to fabricate a product and export to PDF for printing in service manuals. LiquiFire OS is used to display and zoom in on break-out images for every part of any subsystem, on-demand, directly on a service person tablet.

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