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DALIM SOFTWARE to exhibit at Henry Stewart DAM Los Angeles 2015 Conference

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Enterprise Workflow meets Enterprise DAM

Company will focus on ES, providing collaboration and approval workflows for digital content lifecycle management and production 

DALIM SOFTWARE, makers of highly efficient, scalable software solutions for the creation, production and management of cross-media content, will participate this year as an exhibitor at the Henry Stewart DAM conference, in Los Angeles, from November 12-13.  

"While we acknowledge that the theme of this conference is 'The art and practice of managing digital media', we would also contend that brands and content producers traditionally have had a difficult time developing efficient and automated workflows that can seamlessly integrate with their digital asset management systems (DAMs). So, it's more than just managing assets—it's important to be able to integrate them into the production workflow," comments Graham Blanks, Director, North American Business Operations for DALIM SOFTWARE. "Since 1985, DALIM SOFTWARE has been developing automated production solutions for printers, publishers, agencies, resellers and brands. What makes DALIM ES unique is that it offers an end-to-end solution for business process management combined with sophisticated production automation and collaboration, along with the ability to work with pretty much any third party digital asset management system—or our own—in one complete integrated solution. A number of major media content providers rely on our solutions to manage their production."

DALIM SOFTWARE will focus on DALIM ES. The marketing media production platform extends the productivity of any digital asset management system, making project management, collaboration and review of files even easier and faster, thus shrinking time to market.

"We look forward to exhibiting at the Henry Stewart DAM LA 2015 Conference," says Blanks. "There are two very important sides to a complete production system. One is the ability to integrate, automate and collaborate content with all the stake holders in the content supply chain. The other is the ability to take the content and to manage, organize, and transform it into deliverable media, no matter the destination channel. We believe that we can offer content creators—or those who must process content—a powerful way to build production workflows that encompass collaboration throughout the entire supply chain."


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