Last week, Elvis DAM 4.2 - already the 4th update of Elvis DAM in the last 12 months - was released. Other recent releases featured the addition of taxonomies, easier ways to share large files and Linux support. With this latest 4.2 release we're taking the benefits of digital asset management one step closer to the masses. So what's new?
Only 6 weeks after we released version 1.0 of the brand new Elvis Review App, we are releasing the first major update with the 1.1 release, which has been approved this week. The improved App features a host of usability and design improvements and fully supports iOS 7. All designed to improve the ability to review and approve digital files on your tablet. Elvis Review App 1.1 is now available on the iTunes Store. Highlights of this update are:
At the world publishing expo, taking place in Berlin from October 7-9, WoodWing is proudly presenting the latest versions of its multi-channel publishing system Enterprise and its digital asset management solution Elvis DAM at booth 310 in hall 4.2. What are we going to show and why should you attend?
Not only is WoodWing on stage at the FIPP World Magazine Congress (WMC) in Rome in the person of its CEO Hans Janssen, there’s another significant dimension to WoodWing’s presence: Elvis.
Being just as photogenic as other star performers with the same name, Elvis now manifests itself as the platform on which all images shot during the FIPP congress will be displayed. WoodWing sent a team of photographers to Rome to immortalize WMC visitors. The images are uploaded and automatically tagged with date and time, so visitors can quickly find and download their own portrait from the web portal set up for this purpose: http://wmc.elvisdam.com.
When speaking with Newspaper or magazine publishers, we often hear the same complaints: For every task there seems to be a separate application and editorial staff is having a hard time locating the growing number of media files. We also hear that the big editorial systems "that can do everything" are typically difficult to use and take a long time to implement.