DAM Event Updates – 24th March 2021
There are a number of DAM related events occurring in the next week.
Beginning on Monday 29th March, author and taxonomy expert Heather Hedden will be hosting a two half-day interactive taxonomy workshop. In Taxonomy and Metadata Design, attendees will get the chance to learn about a broad range of knowledge management and taxonomy topics from one of the industry’s leading voices. The event costs €600 and will include a Q&A session for attendees to field their own questions.
“This seminar considers all implementation of metadata and taxonomies, whether for internal/enterprise knowledge management or for customer-facing Web content management, whether for manual or auto-tagging, and whether in a content management system, document management system, digital asset management system, SharePoint, or an internally developed database.” [Read More]
On Tuesday March 30th, Real Story Group’s founder Tony Byrne will be hosting a short virtual webinar presenting an overview of the trends, technologies and key players in the marketing technology arena (martech). The Right Way to Select Marketing Technology is free to attend and aims to furnish its attendees with the knowledge required to make better buying decisions.
“The marketing and customer engagement world is undergoing major change as enterprises work to align inbound and outbound communication while incorporating cutting-edge tools into their digital stacks. Based on RSG’s tough, comprehensive vendor evaluation research, this fast-paced webinar will help you clarify your needs and simplify your choices, saving you time and headaches going forward.” [Read More]
In The Power of Content Consolidation, taking place on March 31st, global independent research company EPAM will be investigating the concept of a content hub, along with cost-saving methods to better organise, share and deliver your content across your whole organisation.
“When content and digital assets live across multiple systems, issues such as lack of content, findability, and reusability often occur. Yet, stitching together the systems, data, and processes needed to manage content creation and delivery at scale across channels is a daunting task. Not only can this disrupt your customer experience and limit your market impact but doing so will incur a very high cost!” [Read More]Share this Article: