Wedia is a provider of Digital Asset Management software solutions for large organizations. The company helps customers streamline content production, enforce compliance and deliver the best customer experiences, which ultimately improves sales.
Wedia’s modular and cloud-based platform provides 4 different modules each geared towards a specific area of the content lifecycle:
•Plan, create and review the creation of your content from ideation to validation (Creative Project and Content Management - CPCM)
•Manage, share and repurpose all your digital assets (photos, videos…) in a unique media library (Digital Asset Management - DAM)
•Easily adapt, localize and control your marketing material across branches, retailers, partners, etc (Distributed Marketing Management - DMM)
•Deliver your content, dynamically create multiple personalized experiences and engage and score your audiences (Digital eXperience Management - DXM)
Their platform is marketing-focused and comes with advanced customer experience functionalities. Customers can power personalized marketing across all channels at an unlimited scale and ensure better consistency and continuity through extensive integrations. Wedia’s success is regularly confirmed by Gartner and Forrester analysts who rank Wedia among the best global Marketing Resource Management (MRM) solutions, Distributed Marketing Platforms (DMP) and Digital Asset Management for Customer experience (DAM) solutions. The company services over 250 brands internationally spanning Retail and Financial Services through Pharmaceuticals, Automotive and Manufacturing.
Primary Use Cases
Digital Asset Management
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