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Business effects with Digital asset management

Digital Asset Management, DAM Day, DAM, New Features, brand, brand consistency, Business Effects september 20, 2019

 

A DAM solution enables a range of possible business effects throughout an organization. What used to be a system mostly for Marketing and Communication Teams is now a tool that supports multiple departments with cross-functional workflows and integrations.

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Three reasons to attend DAM Day

Digital Asset Management, DAM, brand, brand consistency, Lean Marketing september 6, 2019

 

Our annual event DAM Day is just a month away and we are so excited. I could almost give you an infinity of reasons to why you should attend our event.... But I guess the following three are a bit easier to process. 

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Brand Managers without a DAM - how do you keep up?

Digital Asset Management, DAM, Security, brand, Return on Content Investment, brand consistency september 5, 2019

 

Brand Managers’ are responsible for at least one brand, an extensive amount of content and a number of channels for distribution. Managing this without a DAM and a long-lasting architecture of your Martech Stack will cost you time and money (and possibly multiple headaches). Brand Managers, here are some areas that can be improved with QBank DAM.

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give your digital transformation a dam boost

QBank, Digital Transformation, DAM, Martech, Omnichannel, brand april 11, 2018


Digital Transformation is hardly something new, but still highly present. Some of you are just getting started while others have already taken off on the digital journey. Wherever you stand, a DAM can stand beside you and offer great support.

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Why strong brands rule

DAM Day, DAM, Media Portal, Brand Portal, brand maj 17, 2016

The case for a brand portal

Building and managing a strong brand is one of the more difficult things you can do - ask any brand manager. For a business, the brand represents its personality, its promises and its customers’ expectations, and as a result, a large part of its value. When Geely bought Volvo Cars, it didn’t primarily buy the factories and the production lines, it bought a strong brand, cultivated over decades.

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