A DAM system can monitor how businesses use digital assets. This is critical for digital rights management, which determines whether assets have licenses for use in specific geographies, the fees that must be paid, and who must pay them.
Fremont, CA: Digital asset management (DAM) is a type of enterprise software that stores, organizes, and distributes images, videos, and other forms of rich media. These assets are managed by digital asset management software for specific business purposes such as ensuring brand consistency, boosting media production for advertising campaigns, and curating digitized artifacts for museum collections.
Benefits of DAM
Provide a centralized source of truth. A DAM system is more than just a networked file-sharing tool for storing high-quality media files. It can facilitate the reuse of digital assets and serve as an organization's system of record.
Marketers and publishers no longer have to sift through a plethora of online collections or request custom photoshoots for specific media. Instead, producers, digital designers, and other users can use a single DAM system to incorporate photos and videos into their products. They are aware that a creative team leader has already approved the media for distribution, which is appropriately branded and up to date.
Streamline Teamwork: A creative team of designers, videographers, photographers, editors, and other creative professionals creates brand experiences at the heart of any ad campaign. Individually and collaboratively, creative professionals must work smarter, faster, and more productively. To do so, they must prioritize business-critical activities and spend less time on less important tasks.
In a shared repository, a DAM system can provide digital services optimized for the ways creative teams work. Furthermore, the system can reduce the number of time designers, and editors spend on administrative tasks like searching for files or making handoffs during the production process.
Monetizing the Rich Media Supply Chain: Commercial value can be derived from digital assets such as stock photo licensing rights, branding the images and sounds in a video clip or essential information on product labels. Organizations put in a lot of time and effort to keep their business personas, brand identities, and valuable content up to date.
A DAM system can monitor how businesses use digital assets. This is critical for digital rights management, which determines whether assets have licenses for use in specific geographies, the fees that must be paid, and who must pay them. DAM usage is also important for tracking engagement and viewership, including measuring the popularity of assets in various scenarios and assisting marketers in identifying the best assets for their messages. A DAM system can also generate metrics and insights to boost digital experiences.