Elvis DAM, WoodWing’s flagship enterprise Digital Asset Management (DAM) solution, has released a mobile app that aims to help users work more seamlessly with digital assets when on-the-go.
WooWing's Elvis DAM is already available for tablet, desktop, on-premise, private cloud and cloud solutions.
The Elvis DAM mobile app, targeted at media companies who publish to print and digital, makes digital asset management easy for creatives by providing them with a new and easier way to work with assets when not close to a computer or tablet. Having all their digital assets on hand – which includes stock library images, photos, design files, brand logos, presentations, spreadsheets, digital notes, documents and more – aims to cut down on time spent managing assets by bringing users closer to marketing materials and workflow processes via their mobile devices.
“To keep up with how fast users are consuming content,” says Maarten Fremouw, product manager at WoodWing, “content needs to be published at an increasingly rapid rate. It’s critical for media companies to be able to collaborate on projects whilst on-the-go. With our new mobile app, we enable our users to have easier access to all their digital files. Whenever they want, wherever they are and in the easiest possible way.”
Apart from providing teams with a better way to collaborate on projects whilst on the move, the DAM mobile app also helps usersfind, approve and share assets.
The Elvis mobile app is available for free to current Pro users of Elvis DAM and can be downloaded from Apple’s App Store or the Google Play store:
WoodWing is a member of FIPP.
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