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Digital asset management basic webinar

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We’re really excited to share something new and different with you on DigitalAssetManagement.com – webinars! We’re launching the “DAM 101” series this May and focusing on the basics of digital asset management (DAM). You can expect us to cover topics like the ones listed below.

  • Defining DAM
  • How DAM can benefit your organization
  • Types of DAM systems
  • The DAM adoption path
  • Metadata (of course)
  • Building unique user cases
  • Interacting with DAM vendors
  • Calculating return on investment (ROI)
  • A day in the life of a DAM admin
  • DAM implementation overview

DAM 101 is a valuable series for you if you are just learning about DAM, ready to launch a system, or want to get your colleagues up to speed on digital asset management. Throughout the sessions, we’ll share concrete definitions, clear steps, and lots of resources to help you understand and explore digital asset management.

Below are titles, descriptions, and registration links to DAM 101 webinars. We hope you will join us!

DAM 101: What it’s all about

Are you new to digital asset management (DAM) or looking to build your basic knowledge? Join us for the first session of our DAM 101 series, “What it’s all about”. During this interactive, 45-minute web workshop we’ll define digital asset management and explore the following:

  • What you can do with a DAM system
  • How DAM can benefit your organization
  • Types of DAM systems
  • The DAM adoption path
  • The meaning of metadata

If you are already a DAMchamp, keep this web workshop in mind for colleagues (or bosses) who need an overview digital asset management.

Register now for DAM 101: What it’s all about on Tuesday, April 5, 11:00 am CST.

DAM 101: Build use cases and determine ROI

Digital asset management roi webinar

Get concrete tips for finding a digital asset management (DAM) system that works and is worthwhile for your organization during the second session in the DAM 101 series. We’ll guide you through writing use cases based on the people in your organization; use cases can help you rate software during vendor demos and discussions.  

We’ll also demonstrate ways to calculate ROI or return on investment. Knowing the ROI of a DAM system, or how much money it will save you, is key to getting support for the system purchase and showing ongoing value.

Register now for DAM 101: Build use cases and determine ROI on Tuesday, April 12, 11:00 am CST.

DAM 101: A day in the life of an admin

Planning to administer your DAM system?  Find out what a DAM administrator does in this 45-minute webinar with Laurel Norris and DAM admin Lexy Spry. Admins are a key element of a useful DAM system and they perform a variety of tasks including:

  • Entering metadata
  • Creating and assigning permissions
  • DAM system training and adoption
  • Best practices
  • Gathering user feedback
  • Reviewing the system

Register now for DAM 101: A day in the life of an admin on Tuesday, April 19, 11:00 am CST.

DAM 101: Implementation overview

Digital asset management implementation webinar

A thoughtful implementation of a DAM ensures success – for users, stakeholders, and your organization’s bottom line.

There are several steps to finding, evaluating, and purchasing a digital asset management (DAM) system. Luckily, if you started your DAM adoption journey by understanding your users and thinking about metadata, you are off on the right foot.

During this 45-minute web workshop, we’ll give you an overview of what implementation looks like and provide tips for success before, during, and after you move into a DAM, including importing assets, finalizing metadata, and engaging system users.

Register now for DAM 101: Implementation overview on Tuesday, April 26, 11:00 am CST.

Do you have an idea for a DAM webinar? Let me know in the comments or let us know on Twitter @digitalassetmgt.

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