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MetaCommunications Announces New Marketing Management Tools at Adobe's Marketing Summit

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Workgroups DaVinci gives marketers a single integrated solution to manage campaigns from ideation through creative production and distribution.

SALT LAKE CITY, UT - MetaCommunications is showcasing a variety of new marketing workflow automation solutions at the Adobe Summit conference taking place March 25-28 in Salt Lake City, UT. MetaCommunications is an Adobe Enterprise Partner with its flagship product, Workgroups DaVinci, having built-in integrations with many of Adobe's marketing and creative products.

"We're excited about our relationship with Adobe and to be a first time exhibitor at the Adobe Marketing Summit," said Robert T. Long, President of MetaCommunications. "This event allows us to showcase our new capabilities within Workgroups DaVinci for both marketing and creative professionals, and how our productivity software can help teams save time while producing world-class content in this demanding field."

Workgroups DaVinci automates campaign management, creative production and the distribution of digital assets, making it fast and easy to manage, schedule and prioritize marketing resources. The software improves collaboration among stakeholders and gives marketers the ability to create brand-approved digital art libraries that can power campaigns in the Adobe Marketing Cloud.

Live demonstrations of Workgroups DaVinci will be ongoing at the Adobe Summit. Conference attendees are encouraged to schedule a meeting in advance by visiting the MetaCommunications Events page.


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