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Canto was founded in 1990, in Berlin, Germany. Canto’s first product Cirrus, was a flatbed scanner software for Apple Macintosh.
In 1992, Canto released Cumulus digital asset management software and was awarded “Most Innovative Product of 1992” by Apple Computer. Cumulus is a digital asset management system, which is used to organize, find and share digital assets. Cumulus has over 1 million user licenses and 15,000 server installations worldwide and remains Canto’s flagship product.
Canto has a longstanding history of offering customization, training and ongoing consulting.
Target markets include Brand Management, Corporate Communications, Marketing, Manufacturing, Advertising/Design, Government, Publishing, Higher Education, Retail and Prepress/Print.
Canto also sells a number of optional products for Cumulus, and additional enhancement products are available from third-party developers. Strategic partnerships for product development are maintained with Apple Inc., Microsoft, Adobe Systems and others.
Canto's executive officers are CEO Jack McGannon, CFO Hans-Dieter Schaedel and CTO Thomas Schleu.
Canto Cumulus inventor, Thomas Schleu, won the "DAMMY of the Year" award at the 2011 Createasphere DAM Conference in New York City.
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