7 Ways the Right DAM Can Optimize Your Brand Performance

When it comes to storing and organizing content, there are several solutions out there—think content management systems (CMS) or file hosting services (like Dropbox). Digital Asset Management (DAM) works in tandem with these types of solutions—but takes a different approach to content.  Options like Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, Sharepoint, etc.., essentially act as simple parking lots for final, end-state assets; they don’t support all the upstream processes that go into creating, reviewing, and managing those assets.  In terms of DAM

What Is A Digital Asset Management (DAM) Platform?

Digital asset management (DAM) consists of management tasks and decisions surrounding the ingestion, annotation, cataloging, storage, retrieval, and distribution of digital assets. Digital photographs, animations, videos, and music exemplify the target areas of media asset management (a sub-category of DAM). What Is Digital Asset Management? Digital asset management DAM is the practice of administering, organizing, and distributing media files. DAM software enables brands to develop a library of photos, videos, graphics, PDFs, templates, and other

Imagen: Store, Manage, and Organize Video and Rich Media Content in this Agile DAM

DIgital Asset Management (DAM) platforms have been around for over a decade, enabling large corporations to store, manage, organize, and distribute their brand-approved rich media files. Here’s a great explainer video of how Imagen helps brands to better ingest and manage their assets: Imagen offers two DAM products: Imagen Go An agile digital asset managment platform to store and organize all your video and rich media content. Accessible remotely from any connected device for you to

The Top 5 Trends in Digital Asset Management (DAM) Happening In 2021

Moving into 2021, there are some advancements happening in the Digital Asset Management (DAM) industry. In 2020 we witnessed massive changes in work habits and consumer behavior due to covid-19. According to Deloitte, the number of people working from home doubled in Switzerland during the pandemic. There is also reason to believe that the crisis will cause a permanent increase in remote work on a global scale. McKinsey also reports of consumers pushing towards an

5 Ways to Strengthen Process without Compromising Creativity

Marketers and creatives can get a little skittish when talk of process comes up. This should come as no surprise. After all, we hire them for their ability to be original, imaginative, and even unconventional. We want them to think freely, get us off the beaten path, and build an innovative brand that stands out in a crowded marketplace. We can’t then turn around and expect our creatives to be highly structured, process-oriented rule followers