DAM Event Updates – 14th April 2021
Next week there are a number of DAM related events taking place.
On Thursday 22nd April, PIM consultants PIMVendors will be hosting a free online session exploring the relationship between PIM & DAM. Topics covered will include leveraging your digital content, the tools available, and where, if any, the overlaps should occur in your technology stack.
“With the rapid pace of digitization and increasing quantities and range of digital assets, managing and deploying those assets becomes more important than ever. With an increasing number of dedicated solutions specializing in Digital Asset Management (DAM) and Product Information Management (PIM) it becomes more difficult to select a dedicated solution for either (or combined solution for both).” [Read More]
DAM Industry Week is taking place from Monday 26th – Friday 30th April. This five day event will be featuring content that addresses all areas of DAM, including retail, media, education, finance and insurance, and healthcare. Join other DAM users and experts to network and share your ideas, strategies and challenges. Tickets are free for industry professionals.
“Whether you are installing your first DAM system, an early stage user or a mature practitioner determined not to overlook the most up-to-date innovations, there is knowledge here and insights aplenty. Learn from leading Digital Asset Management professionals and meet with peers from your own industry to share experience of common challenges and successes.” [Read More]
AI & Data Democratization is a free online virtual event hosted by AI, Data and Analytics Network. Taking place on April 27th and spanning two days, key topics will include business intelligence, insights from predictive and prescriptive analysis, governance, data mining, and data virtualisation. Speakers include representatives from well known brands such as Mars, Coca-Cola, BNP Paribas, and the University of New South Wales.
“Historical data is dead. While global corporate enterprises are restructuring their balance sheets to accommodate for the value of data, organizations need real-time data which must be democratized throughout the enterprise. Data acquisition, governance, visualization, and virtualization along with advanced analytics and AI putting ‘math on top of data’ all make that goal possible.” [Read More]Share this Article: