DAM Event Updates – 25th November 2020


Next week there are a number of DAM related events taking place.

On Tuesday 1st December, content management publisher KMWorld is hosting a free webinar entitled ‘The Future of Enterprise Content Management‘.

Good content management plays a pivotal role in an organization’s ability to manage input and output of information and can make the difference in whether the company understands its content value, or whether it’s lost in the weeds. We will opt for the former and find ways to help organizations reconstruct their ECM programs so that information does not go to waste.”  [Read More]

On Wednesday 2nd December, Digital Asset Management solutions provider Aprimo are presenting their ‘Bringing DAM up from the Basement‘ webinar.  This free online event aims to highlight and tackle the issue of integrating DAMs, and how all too often they end up as islanded systems, cut off from your supply chain and technology workflow.

When most Digital Asset Management solutions are purchased, there is often a vision to integrate the DAM into other systems to streamline and automate content handoffs. Yet much too often, DAM systems end up on digital islands, or in the “basement” of your company’s tech stack, completely independent of other systems. A common reason is the misconception about difficulty and the skills required, which are often far less than one normally assumes.”  [Read More]

Digital Asset Management software vendor Nuxeo present a case study in this free webinar, occurring on Thursday December 3rd.  In ‘Modernizing Your Approach to DAM: the TBWA Case‘, you can learn how to adapt and modernise your working methods by hearing how international advertising agency TBWA, a.k.a. ‘The Disruption Company’, took a new approach to DAM and delivered breakthrough value to some of the world’s most prominent brands.

The promise of Digital Asset Management (DAM) has been to better control and leverage digital files to improve efficiencies and reduces costs. However, the reality is that old-school solutions and approaches have not evolved to meet the complex and unique needs of departments and business units within each company. The good news is that many organizations are embracing a more modernized and flexible approach to DAM.”  [Read More]

Events can be posted by anyone with a free DAM News Subscription account.  See the DAM News Events Calendar for more information.

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