In about a month it is time for DAM Day in Gothenburg. We are so excited to go back to where we had a successful event last year. For you Star Wars fans out there – I will try to convince someone to dress up as Darth Vader…I'm just not sure how it will turn out though.
So, why do we need a day for DAM? We believe this is a unique opportunity to inspire DAM beginners, users and our partners, with the possibilities of DAM. We will let you in on the latest trends within Digital Asset Management and QBank, and talk about ROI and how to optimize your DAM. Our invited speakers will let us in on how to work efficiently with DAM and Digital Transformation.
Here is a short presentation of the speakers in Gothenburg.
Kjell-Åke Rydén - Ericsson
The global telecom company Ericsson is an advanced DAM user. With more than 100 000 employees, Ericsson is a large organization with thousands of digital assets. We are proud to welcome Ericsson's own DAM expert, Kjell-Åke Rydén. With advanced DAM, I refer to their setup. They have optimized their DAM by using it as a centralized hub integrated it with Episerver, PowerPoint, and more communications tools.
Patrik Zenno - Consid
Patrik Zenno is Business Area Manager at the IT and Management agency Consid. Consid is a partner of QBank and we have done some great collaborations. Patrik will let us know how they have helped their customers with digital transformations where Digital Asset Management has a key role. He will tell us more about the global company Dometic Group and their exciting digital journey that consists of DAM, PIM, CMS and social media, all integrated.
Marie Andervin - DigJourney
We are proud to present speaker and writer Marie Andervin to DAM Day. She has written the successful book "Att leda Digital Transformation" (To Lead Digital Transformation) and is a well-known speaker within Digital Transformation. She aims to inspire us in getting started our with digital journeys and will give us some great "how to" tips.
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We hope to see you at DAM Day. Please click the button below to sign up to our free event.
We hope to take DAM Day to an international stage in the future, but for now it's in Swedish. But, we will film the event and post a translated version on the blog shortly after.