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Score 8.2 out of 100

Attribute Ratings

  • Bynder is rated higher in 2 areas: Likelihood to Recommend, Support Rating

Likelihood to Recommend

10.0

Bynder

100%
13 Ratings
8.4

Cloudimage

84%
4 Ratings

Usability

10.0

Bynder

100%
1 Rating

Cloudimage

N/A
0 Ratings

Support Rating

10.0

Bynder

100%
3 Ratings
9.1

Cloudimage

91%
1 Rating

Likelihood to Recommend

Bynder

We have numerous renderings for some of our properties that are constantly being updated. It was hard to keep track of the most current rendering since it lived in multiple locations with various employees. Creating a central location where we can regularly update the renderings without having to add a new file and re-upload solved the issue of questioning whether the rendering you were looking at was correct.
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Scaleflex

This software is well-suited when images are hosted on your own server, but it is less well suited when requiring the "full package" such as manipulations, hosting, uploader, etc.
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Pros

Bynder

  • Extracting content is where Bynder shines. My previous EverNote account reminded me of the last scene in Raiders of the Lost Ark -- warehouse full of stuff where clearly everything was lost once it was put in there. Bynder makes it easy to find and extract information especially because of the thumbnail views aided by the categorization tools. Since you can use these in combination everything is basically a complex Boolean search without needing to know how to write a complex Boolean Search.
  • Easy I/O. Getting information into and out of Bynder is really easy -- follows the "don't make me think" rule. visual cues and clear buttons, etc. In fact, since I use multiple systems, I find it easiest to actually do file transfer TO MYSELF via Bynder rather than download or email files between my PC and Mac for example. That's how easy it is.
  • Categories, tagging, last-used, most-frequent, hide/show -- there's a lot of flexibility in organizing your content. Technically, this kind of thing exists in every tool I've ever used... but it's the implementation that matters. UI design is vital to making this a valuable tool as opposed to a dreary step of "file retrieval".
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Scaleflex

  • Great world-wide CDN
  • Excellent image quality with extensive processing options
  • Competitive pricing with progressive tiers
  • Good defaults but well organized interface to configure everything precisely
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Cons

Bynder

  • Link Sharing: One thing I wish Bynder had was quick link sharing for images or collections of images to share outside of Bynder. Currently you have to create a collection and send it via email to the person you want to view it. Otherwise you can make it public and share a link but then that collection technically can be viewed or downloaded by anyone. Since I'm used to the functionality of Dropbox, this is one thing that I feel is lacking.
  • Public Media Center: Along the lines of the last comment about link sharing; one thing that would be helpful is a public media center. If we were able to tag what photos we would want to include there, along with downloadable logos, guidelines, PR, etc. There are workarounds but the functionality doesn't quite exist.
  • Automatic Translations: We opted to keep all of our metadata and tagging in English, as most of our International partners do speak some English; however, it would have been nice to have an option to automatically translate any metadata/tagging for certain languages. We did have the option of automatically translating the main menu buttons but that wasn't much help. If we wanted metadata/tagging in other languages we'd have to input it manually for thousands of assets.
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Scaleflex

  • Pricing.
  • Intermittent Dashboard Issues.
  • Image resize traunches. So 100px windows of resizing rather than pixel-perfect rescaling to save on cache size/delivery volume.
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Pricing Details

Bynder

Starting Price

Editions & Modules

Bynder editions and modules pricing
EditionModules
Enterprise Brand Portal1

Footnotes

  1. User/Storage/Modules/Add-Ons

Offerings

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services

Entry-level set up fee?

Optional $0

Additional Details

The cost of Bynder depends on the number of users, amount of storage, and the modules you need.

Cloudimage

Starting Price

Editions & Modules

Cloudimage editions and modules pricing
EditionModules

Footnotes

    Offerings

    Free Trial
    Free/Freemium Version
    Premium Consulting/Integration Services

    Entry-level set up fee?

    No setup fee

    Additional Details

    We offer different pricing package based on your demands: + The free version for personal use + Startup package: $28/month + Pro package: $79/month + Rocket package: $249/month + Enterprise package: contact us to get your plan

    Usability

    Bynder

    It is incredibly user-friendly and easy to navigate. Once you poke around, you intuitively learn how to use the platform. Our company provided training sessions for all employees during our official roll-out, and everyone seemed to have a good grasp on how to navigate this platform. We have yet to hear about an employee having difficulty using Bynder, which is a big win
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    Scaleflex

    No answers on this topic

    Support Rating

    Bynder

    When we were getting ready to switch vendors, WebDAM wasn't very responsive to my questions or my needs. They also sent me all the files on an external drive that was formatted for Mac and didn't even think to verify whether I had a PC (which I did) so the external drive was useless and I had to wait another week to get the updated external drive that was formatted for a PC that I could then use.
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    Scaleflex

    We have a single contact point, but CI has been immaculate with their support offering. Instantaneous and comprehensive.
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    Alternatives Considered

    Bynder

    WebDAM and Bynder merged, so we didn't have to choose between them. We found these two had the best templating functions, which was a must have for our clients. Their permissions and user group management also seem to be the most robust. We found their support, including site, documents and staff to be the most responsive
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    Scaleflex

    We chose Cloudimage for the value for money, and the ability to link with our own hosting.
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    Return on Investment

    Bynder

    • More polished and compelling national marketing pieces due to greater and better use of photos.
    • More polished and compelling regional marketing pieces due to regional staff members ability to access assets directly and select from full bank.
    • Greater efficiency when designing pieces (easy to share assets with external designers).
    • Increased use of marketing assets across regions due to sharability.
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    Scaleflex

    • Same or lower cost as before and more possibilities than before
    • Using a GDPR respecting, European (French) based company
    • Using more features like watermarking, fallback image, precise 404 handling
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