DAM News Round-Up – 8th July 2019

A collection of recent DAM-related articles from around the web, sourced from DAM Federation member, Planet DAM.

New DAM Guru Website – Profile Editing Now Available

The online Digital Asset Management community DAM Guru has recently been updated and redesigned.  The new site now includes dedicated accounts for all new and existing members, with the ability to log in and update their profiles.  Existing members can pick up their existing account and migrate all of their information to the new platform.  In addition to job postings, events, how-to articles and a blog, a host of new features will be rolled out over the coming months, including a service to match gurus members with those seeking DAM expertise.

DAM in the DX [2/4]: Building a business case for DAM integrations

DAM software provider Bynder have recently posted an article highlighting a number of common ‘pain points’ experienced by organisations that are lacking a well-integrated DAM system.  In this instalment of their four-part series, we are presented with a number of common integration scenarios and techniques which could help you save time and cut costs whilst offering general advice for building a successful business case for DAM.

5 Factors in Digital Asset Management for quick ROI

In this recent blog post, Digital Asset Management vendor Swivle present five factors for improving the ROI within your DAM system. Covering aspects such as flexibility, scale, cost, support, user experience and adoption, the article provides a basic, but decent enough springboard for those looking to shorten time to market and achieve their business goals.  They also provide a free eBook that aims to help you understand the benefits of using a DAM solution.

Taxonomy Sessions at the 2019 SLA Conference

Author and taxonomy specialist Heather Hedden has provided a very detailed rundown of the recent SLA annual conference, held in Cleveland Ohio.  The SLA (Special Libraries Association) is a member organisation of librarians and information professionals that encompasses corporate, academic, government, military, law, medical, business and non-profit sectors.  In her article, Heather explains how she hosted two sessions this year, and continues to provide a breakdown of the numerous taxonomy-related sessions and workshops that were on offer. It’s a concise and comprehensive report of the topics and their presenters, and should provide ample information for those considering attending future SLA events.

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