A new approach: Content Orchestration
WoodWing offers a Content Orchestration solution that sits at the heart of your storytelling processes. It enables brands and publishers to take a content-first approach - overcoming challenges around improving speed to market, workflow efficiency, and publishing to different channels.
How agencies can save money with DAM
In this white paper, we discuss a number of common pain points experienced by agencies today around storing, sharing, and managing their digital assets, and show how a DAM can provide fast, easy relief, saving agencies precious time and money in the process.
Digital Asset Management
WoodWing Assets is a scalable, flexible solution to help you manage files across your organization.
Workflow and publishing
WoodWing Studio helps you accelerate and streamline your storytelling workflow.
WoodWing Digital Services can help you to move faster and scale your business by outsourcing editorial layout, creative processes, and IT projects to us.
"We love WoodWing's Digital Asset Management solution. Everyone who interacts with WoodWing Assets loves it.
Internally, we can't do without it anymore.
The more staff can do in our DAM, the happier they are."
How Creative Zoo is orchestrating content for a new client segment
Creative Zoo - a leading brand agency in Denmark - is a thought-provoking example of an agency pivoting towards sustainable income streams. Here is the interview with Creative Zoo.
Twenty years of WoodWing
To celebrate our 20-year anniversary, we talked to the founder and first CEO, Erik Schut, and current CEO, Ross Paterson, about the journey so far, what is cooking in the WoodWing kitchen at the moment, and where the company is headed in the coming years.
Digital transformation and the future of publishing
Liz Schimel was recently head of business at Apple for Apple News+, and has also been President of Condé Nast China and Chief Digital Officer of Meredith. She sat down with WoodWing CEO Ross Paterson to discuss trends in the publishing industry and where we may be headed next.