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Widen to Exhibit at Henry Stewart Digital Asset Management Symposium in LA November 10-11
Widen Enterprises will be exhibiting at the Henry Stewart LA Digital Asset Management Symposium November 10-11, 2008 at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel. Widen's participation includes two customer case studies from Motorola and Level III Services.
Stephanie Ruff, Category Marketing Specialist for Motorola, Inc., will present “How We Cracked Handling Millions of Images” addressing the challenges, business objectives, solutions and measurement to an enterprise-wide deployment of a DAM solution.
Manny Cuevas, Director of Sales & Marketing for Level III Services, Inc. will present a case study on “How We Got DAM to Improve Our Creative Workflow” with a look at how the Widen hosted DAM system is used to deliver value added services to Level III clients.
Jake Athey of Widen will present “What’s new in DAM SaaS” covering DAM as the foundation for online media publishing with embed links and the Widen Appliance for internal demand.
If you're interested in learning more about Digital Asset Management practices, solutions and services, Henry Stewart LA is the premier west coast event with a full line-up of DAM thought-leaders and experts including end-users, vendors, consultants, and analysts sharing ideas and best practices in breakout sessions, case studies and networking events. Please contact Widen at email@example.com to schedule an in-person meeting with the Widen team at Henry Stewart LA. View the full Henry Stewart LA conference program at www.damusers.com.
Widen has honed its more than 60 years of experience in premedia and color management specifically for the creative industry, assisting its clients with marketing execution, creative support and sales enablement through its inventive suite of web-based digital asset management applications. It provides marketing networks with real-time web-based access to the clients' digital asset libraries that subsequently eliminates added cost for hardware, software and upgrades.