It's not how much it costs, but how much it saves.

Investing in Digital Asset Management (DAM) tools isn’t, ultimately, about managing the pounds and pence spent; it’s about overhauling your planning and production systems to achieve greater cost efficiency and higher profits.

Our costs

For an accurate quotation attuned to your organisation’s priorities, the process starts with an informal discussion of your desired outcomes, business model, and budget. This enables our team to tailor your solution to provide optimum value and productivity from your investment, and to assess the level of implementation and technical support you require.

What the price includes:

➢ Monthly or quarterly service fee.

➢ Bespoke fees calculated according to scale, integrations, customisations, volume, and throughput.

➢ Only pay for the services you use.

➢ Adjust your service fee as your organisation’s metrics evolve.

➢ Full implementation support

➢ Aftersales care

Click here to request a quote, or call 01379650330 to speak with one of our software team.

Flexible pricing and quotations

Flexible pricing and quotations

Every organisation’s needs are different, so a one-size-fits-all strategy is unlikely to deliver the cost efficiency you need. We are happy to offer our customers a flexible approach to pricing that suits their budget and cashflow requirements.

Why invest in DAM solutions from Papermule?

With our customisable DAM solutions, you can maximise your revenue stream by:

✓ Reducing editorial omissions and mistakes.

✓ Meeting tight publication deadlines on time, every time.

✓ Improving productivity and collaboration between teams.

✓ Seamlessly integrating apps and platforms to eradicate the expense of switching between systems.

✓ Establishing your business as a reliable and accurate organisation in your sector.

We can help you to achieve the cost savings your organisation needs to prosper.

Contact Papermule to request a quote

Our range of Digital Asset Management (DAM) solutions help media and publishing organisations to achieve exceptional cost savings, thereby improving their competitiveness through more accurate, streamlined, and consistent workflows.

Book A Free Consultation

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Book a meeting with Mike to discuss:

  • Your requirements
  • Which software would work best for you
  • How Papermule can help
  • Any questions or queries you may have

How Our Workflows solve Problems

What Our Clients Say


“Progress has been good and we are already seeing a number of ads coming through the system without the need for chasing and any other involvement from dmg::media staff."
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John Tucker, DMG Media


Papermule is now a vital part of the future of ad delivery for publishers. We hope this leads to a new era of efficiency, improved customer service for all of our clients."
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Tom Fletcher, News UK


"TMG are fully supportive of Papermule as a major step forward in the beneficial communications between Publisher and Advertiser.”
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Barry Finch, The Telegraph

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