Digizuite helps people and companies improve digital collaboration across digital channels, departments and countries with the help of optimized digital processes.
A Digizuite™ DAM solution provides enterprises with a complete overview of their corporate assets from a centralized source. Digizuite customers use the software to upload, manage, search, distribute and repurpose their digital files (images, videos, PDF files, and documents) across internal and external communications channels through automated workflows.
With the help of extensive opportunities for automation and optimization of digital workflows, users experience value within:
• Workflow optimization when managing rich media content
• Time-saving processes when managing multiple channels simultaneously
• Control and consistency in quality and branding
• A user-friendly and powerful digital engine that supports digital strategies
Digizuite™ comes with a web-based and responsive media manager out-of-the box and connects with Adobe CC, Microsoft Office and Sitecore through standard connectors. It integrates easily with other systems through an open API. Digizuite™ is available as a cloud solution as well as on-premise.
Primary Use Cases
Digital Asset Management Digital Content Management Video Management Digital Business Development Brand Management
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