North Plains Systems

North Plains Systems

North Plains Systems helps companies produce, manage and leverage their visual assets. They streamline the creative development process of content, improve workflow and ensure asset and rights protection. They produce the digital asset management system, Xinet, which helps creative organizations manage their multimedia assets and streamline their workflow. North Plains Systems was founded in 1994 and is based in Toronto.

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United States
Year Founded
1994
Employees
200
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