Henry Stewart DAM Conference

Rob Wilson  @ Henry Stewart DAM Event

A 100+ delegates attended DAM UK 2010, the second in an annual multi-conference global series on Digital Asset Management (DAM) from Henry Stewart Events, held June 30 in London. DAM UK 2010 highlighted the organizational efficiency and cost savings achieved by leading UK organizations in the implementation of DAM, providing both experienced managers and those new to DAM the latest thinking in digital asset management. The attendee list included a diverse group of end users in digital asset management from a wide variety of industries, and leading suppliers of systems and services, industry analysts, consultants and experts in DAM.

“HS DAM events have allowed me to learn about DAM from a number of perspectives – procurement, technical implementation and future trends”

All attendees agreed that the conference was a resounding success, providing feedback that Henry Stewart DAM events continue to present practical, relevant insight to digital asset management from the end user’s perspective. Kunal Patel, Product Manager, TAG, commented that “HS DAM events have allowed me to learn about DAM from a number of perspectives – procurement, technical implementation and future trends”; and Kate Kunac-Tabinor, Head of Design, Oxford University Press added, “HS DAM events are always relevant to where my industry is at.”

Chaired by David Lipsey of FTI Consulting, DAM UK 2010 featured speakers with practical and industry relevant case studies and interactive presentations tailored for experienced DAM managers and those new to DAM. Highlights included panel discussions bringing together industry experts and end users of DAM systems to share their real world experiences

Rob Wilson of RWCS was one of the industry expert speakers at the event

See Speaker link here

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