Canto

Canto

Canto is a provider of on-premise and cloud-based digital asset management solutions with a broad range of international clients. Clients include corporations focused on brand management, corporate communications, government, print media, retail, and more. The company produces two digital asset management products, "Cumulus" and "Flight". Canto was founded in 1990 and is based in San Francisco (USA), Berlin and Linden (Germany).

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United States
Year Founded
1990
Employees
120
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