Oodrive offers Orphea to better manage sensitive data

by bold-lichterman

Oodrive continues to strengthen its position in the management of sensitive data. The French publisher, which campaigns for a more secure cloud that respects personal data, announced the acquisition of the company Orphea, specializing in the management of digital assets (Digital Asset Management). The financial terms of the transaction have not been specified.

Founded in 1997, Orphea develops and deploys digital asset management solutions. It thus makes it possible to manage multimedia content in the form of photo libraries and digital media libraries. In this way, the objective is to gain simplicity and security in terms of storage, centralization and distribution of media and digital resources. To date, the company claims more than 150 customers worldwide and more than 120,000 users in more than 170 countries.

65 million euros raised by Oodrive in 2017

This acquisition aims to develop Oodrive’s range of collaborative solutions focused on employee productivity and business uses. With Orphea, the French publisher headed by Stanislas de Rémur intends to expand its range of tools to meet the needs of companies in terms of media data management, which require specific processing to guarantee their confidentiality. Haute couture fashion show projects, advertising campaigns or even musical albums in the making require increased security. “This integration is also an accelerator in terms of innovation and therefore goes in the direction of a product offer always at the forefront of market expectations.», Specifies Arnaud Barbotin, CEO of Orphea.

For Oodrive, this acquisition constitutes an additional building block in its development. Last year, this pure-player of the cloud had completed a funding round of 65 million euros to strengthen its position on the French market but also to expand abroad with a view to becoming a European leader. of the market. Currently, Oodrive’s solutions equip more than a million users and nearly 15,000 companies, including 80% of CAC 40 companies.