Capture Ltd, a leading UK-based digital asset management provider, are delighted to announce that Emma Butterfield has joined the team as Key Account Manager. Responsible for developing in-depth relationships across multiple contact points and teams, Emma will support and strengthen the commercial team.

As a respected and well-known figure in the UK museums and heritage industry, Emma has extensive experience in several aligning sectors, working in newspaper publishing, commercial and museum picture libraries for the past 20 years. Her most recent role was at the National Portrait Gallery, where she held the position of Senior Rights and Images Officer. This saw her working with the Capture system daily, as it runs the National Portrait Gallery Image Library.

Emma brings a wealth of knowledge, a passion for the cultural and heritage sector, and a fresh perspective to Capture.

Speaking of the move, Emma notes:

“This is an exciting move for me, especially given that for many years I was a Capture client myself.

During that time, I used many different aspects of the system every day, which meant I spent a lot of time getting to know the ins and outs of Capture’s technology, as well as building a fantastic relationship with the team.

I’m looking forward to bringing that experience to this role so I can lend an empathetic ear to our clients’ concerns, really champion their needs, and be a bridge between them and the world of tech.”

Nick Caw, Chief Executive Officer of Capture Ltd, spoke of the Emma’s joining of the team:

“As Capture continues to grow, we want to invest in our commercial team – allowing us to better support our customer community.

We are delighted Emma has joined – her mixture of industry experience, knowledge of our solutions and her focus on customer success made her an obvious choice and will I know be hugely welcomed by clients, colleagues and partners alike.”

About Capture:

Capture is a leader in digital asset management. Specialising in media management, rights, licensing, metadata, finance and royalties, their configurable solutions and expert services help a range of organisations – such as the Natural History Museum, the British Library and Chicago History Museum – to manage, protect, license and maximise the value of images, video, documents, and all other digital content.

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