Email has become an essential business communication tool with hundreds of billions of emails being exchanged daily.
A good number of business emails are sent daily, many with importantdigital assets . 2008 BearingPoint Survey shows that 2 out of 3 respondents say that 25% of their emails contain business-critical information and a third pitched the figure as high as 50%.
A number of these business-critical emails contain attachments and it is the overall management of these attachments that has our interest – we would like to know IF and HOW attachment assets are being stored? In an ideal world email-transmitted digital assets would be safely stored in aDigital Asset Management system. This would secure the asset from hard-drive or mail program failure and would make it easier to search for and share business information.
Some DAM systems include full Email integration, which allows you to upload attachments directly from your email program to the DAM. InCelum this is as easy as a click of a button [from within Microsoft Outlook].
Celum lets you download assets from the DAM directly into your email, as an attachment.