27 February 2009, Westin Harbour Castle Hotel, Toronto
What are the challenges?
What are the opportunities?
What are the problems being encountered?
What are the solutions being deployed and developed?
With particular emphasis on Metadata problems and solutions, optimizing search strategies, facilitating new product development and revenue and making workflow more efficient, all with an eye to ‘improving shareholder value’.
This briefing gives the answers
The management of digital assets (Digital Asset Management or DAM) is one of the most important challenges facing business today. It is likely that your organization has an overwhelming proportion of its information held digitally. How well that information is managed impacts fundamentally on the organization’s destiny – its costs, AND its revenues.
The growth of digital assets has been phenomenal and the pace of growth AND the importance
of managing those assets is increasing with each passing month. This is true over a wide range
of activities from publishing, marketing, entertainment, finance and internet commerce to
healthcare, education and government. Few businesses remain untouched – consequently good
DAM contributes directly to the bottom line.
Henry Stewart Events, which hosts the thought leading annual DAM Symposium in New York, Los Angeles, London and Amsterdam is now bringing this COMPREHENSIVE ONE-DAY BRIEFING to your front door. It will deliver the latest thinking on how to manage your digital assets, illustrated with learnings from multiple case studies – an opportunity not to be missed.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
For everyone involved or likely to become involved in the management of digital assets in:
Airlines Accountancy and Audit Advertising & Marketing Agencies Automotive manufacturing Broadcasting Construction, Architecture, Engineering and Real Estate Defense Education Energy supply Financial & Insurance Services Film Food & Beverage Gaming Government and the Public Sector IT Legal services Leisure and Sport Libraries, Museums, Galleries & Archives Manufacturing in all its forms Maritime trade Media & Entertainment Medical, Healthcare Music Pharmaceutical Development and Manufacturing Publishing & Printing Rail Retail Television Telecoms Transport Transport Utilities
Full documentation will be provided to all delegates and adequate time set aside for questions and discussion.
Henry Stewart: Continuing Professional Development at its best.
More Info @ http://www.damusers.com