If you want to attend a conference on Digital or Enterprise Content Management, here are the major ones coming up. Of course, this late in the yearly budget, unless you’ve planned for it, getting approval from your CFO may be tough, so make sure to plan for the May 2-3 DAM NY Conference while putting in next year’s budget! It comes from that 300-pound Gorilla* of DAM symposia, Henry Stewart Conferences, and it comes early in the year, before all the C-levels are worried about end-of-year numbers.
We search so you don’t have to:
September 12, 2018, Chicago, Illinois, USA
“As the Midwest’s largest conference dedicated to Digital Asset Management, we provide a unique environment to exchange knowledge, experiences and build long lasting professional networks. We examine through real world case studies, interactive panels, workshops, roundtables and tutorials, the latest thinking and new developments in the world of DAM – all from the user’s perspective.”
November 15-16, 2018 – San Diego, California, USA
“As the West Coast’s leading conference dedicated to Digital Asset Management, we provide a unique environment to exchange knowledge, experiences and build long lasting professional networks. We examine through real world case studies, interactive panels, workshops, roundtables and tutorials, the latest thinking and new developments in the world of DAM – all from the user’s perspective.”
November 28, 2018, Probably in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
“A group for Canadian professionals in the content management community involved in DAM, MAM, Brand, Production and Creative Asset Management, Rights Managers, MLIS and Archive professionals, and the allied business operations. Canadian Content and Asset Management (C-CAM) is dedicated to build and promote the practice of Digital Asset Management (broadly defined) across all industries in Canada. The C-CAM group offers the experienced, and the new, an opportunity to be part of a community, develop relationships and promote learning / education, as we all face the challenges of growing libraries of digital images and video assets.”
AMIA 2018 (Association of Moving Image Archivists)
November 28 – December 1, 2018
Portland… Probably Oregon. (No, really, if you poke around for a few minutes, they finally indicate which Portland on the Hilton Hotel page.) #amia18
“As the world’s largest international association of professional media archivists, the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) is uniquely poised to bring together a broad range of experts. Members represent corporate and national archives, media companies, libraries, historical societies, labs, post production, universities, and more. Because of this diverse membership, AMIA provides an opportunity to interact with every facet of the field and a single forum to address the best ways to preserve and provide access to our media heritage in digital and analog formats.
“For further information, visit www.AMIAnet.org and follow AMIA on Facebook, Twitter (@AMIAnet) and Instagram (@AMIArchivists).”
May 2-3, 2019
“The Art & Practice of Managing Digital Media – all from the user’s perspective.
“As the world’s largest conference dedicated to Digital Asset Management, DAM New York is a unique environment to exchange knowledge, share experiences and build long lasting professional networks. Join 100+ speakers across 60+ sessions covering Metadata, Integration, AI, Automation, Creative Operations, Corporate Archives, Video Workflow, Rights Management, Semantics, Governance and more.”
More Research and Reports:
Here are some interesting older and ewer work that seem useful to the DAM/EAM shopper:
“In our 30-criteria evaluation of digital asset management (DAM) providers, we identified the 13 most significant ones — Adobe, Aprimo, Bynder, Canto, CELUM, Cognizant, MediaBeacon, Northplains, Nuxeo, OpenText, Stylelabs, Webdam, and Widen — and researched, analyzed, and scored them. This report shows how each provider measures up and helps application development and delivery (AD&D) professionals make the right choice.”
Market Guide for Digital Asset Management Published: 16 November 2016
“Digital asset management is undergoing a renaissance as marketing leaders face new challenges in managing the growing volume, variety and velocity of content assets. This Market Guide will help marketing leaders make sense of a very fragmented landscape.”
Adam Software, Adobe, Brandmuscle, Bynder, Canto, Celum, censhare, Digizuite, Elateral, MediaValet, North Plains, OpenText, Percolate, Pica9, SAS, WebDAM, Wedia, Widen, Workfront
“Digital Asset Management Research, Decision Tools, & Custom Advice
- Learn how much these tools really cost
- Learn how to negotiate a better deal
- Learn about hidden costs and gotchas”
* Fun fact: Adult male Gorillas weigh from 136 to 195 kg (300 to 430 pounds). Adult females Gorillas weigh from 68 to 113 kg (150 to 250 pounds).