Webinar: How to add more speed to your daily digital asset management tasks

 
 
Webinar - How to add more speed to your daily digital asset management tasks

 
Exploration of the new functionalities for fast selection of digital assets

 

Are you curious to learn about the latest Elvis DAM features?

Elvis DAM users and those interested to try a digital asset management solution are the main audiences for this free 30-minute webinar.

During the webinar, we will guide you through the latest in digital asset management as well as pique your interests in some of the must-have functionalities.

We will also cover 4 main areas to help you enhance your digital asset management skills by showing you the following:

  • How to promptly select the right content from your digital asset library;
  • Finetune your digital asset search;
  • Connect your digital assets with your content creation workflow;
  • Get a sneak peek of the latest and planned features of our digital asset management solution.

The webinar is coming up on June 25. We hope you can join us then!

 

DATE: June 25, 2019

TIME: 10 AM + 5 PM CEST

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Speakers

 

Dennis van Nooij, SVP Product
 

Dennis van Nooij, SVP Product Portrait ImageDennis Van Nooij is the Senior Vice President of Product Development at WoodWing. He started his career at WoodWing in 2007 as Senior Software Engineer and switched to the role of Product Manager for Digital Publishing products in 2009, leveraging his more than 12 years experience in the field of multi-channel publishing.

 

 

Magdalena Ivanova, Product Marketing Manager Elvis DAM
 

Magdalena Ivanova, Product Marketing Manager WoodWing Elvis DAM, Portrait ImageMagdalena Ivanova is a digital marketer and tech enthusiast with multiple marketing disciplines under her belt. She is an avid DAM user and proclaims that digital asset management solutions are a necessary tool for all marketers and organizations.

 

Credits: photo by Jean Gerber on Unsplash