DAM Event Updates – 17th February 2021
Next week, there are a number of DAM related events occurring.
On Tuesday 23rd February, Gartner analysts Rick Howard and Bill Finnerty will be hosting Drive Digital Transformation Using a Composable Government Enterprise Roadmap – a free online webinar investigating the concept of composability when planning a digital transformation strategy.
Discussion topics include:
- How composable business concepts and practices apply to government
- Why you need business technologists to support the composable government enterprise
- Steps required to implement a composable government enterprise strategy
Many creative operations agencies have had to completely rethink their working patterns in order to survive during the Coronavirus pandemic. In The New Normal of Producing Great Creative Work, R3’s co-founder Greg Paull will be exploring the numerous strategies that have enabled agencies, advertisers and marketers to continue during lockdown. This free webinar is taking place on Wednesday February 24th.
“The impact of the global health pandemic on marketing and media spend and strategies has been far reaching, challenging marketers in all industries across the globe. During the height of the global pandemic, large advertisers postponed campaigns but 79% were still creating new ones in response to COVID-19. But how does one create new work in times of quarantine, social distancing and working from home?” [Read More]
On Thursday 25th February, the all-day virtual Content Workflow Management Forum will be taking place. Hosted by the Media and Entertainment Services Alliance (MESA), the event will feature a broad range of speakers, sponsors, keynotes, sessions and workshops focusing on content workflow trends, localisation, sustainability, the democratisation of content, and insights into the future of global content licensing.
“Industry experts and technology providers discuss the rapidly evolving localisation landscape challenges during keynote addresses, panel discussions, and breakout sessions. Each Content Workflow Management Forum focuses on cloud, technology, and sustainability. This year we plan to look at several topics, including talent and resourcing, education subtitles, and solving accessibility issues.” [Read More]Share this Article: