G'day San Francisco
lookat.me™ launch in California
me™ in conjunction with Masters of Digital Assets (MoDA) is holding a seminar this month in San Francisco for members of the American Association of Museums (AAM)* and California Association of Museums.
This seminar, organized with assistance from Austrade, will provide a summary of engagement strategies, systems, and technologies developed from practical examples of both local & global implementations of Digital Asset Management Systems (DAM) within Heritage & Cultural Preservation Institutions.
“The key differentiator between lookat.me™ and other competitive DAM products for cultural preservation or brand image management, media creation, and interactive agency requirements is the rich functionality of lookat.me™ with its integrated BPM (business process management) solution”, voices Charles Rignall, who will be delivering the seminar. “The optional integrated BPM solution enables the end-to-end control of all processes including: acquisition, cataloguing, preservation, digitization of collection items; to quality assurance, and web deployment of digital assets.”
Charles Rignall, an international marketing consultant, is currently engaged by me™ to develop the go-to-market strategy for sales in the US and UK. He has been associated with Media Equation for over four years through his role as Managing Director for one of the company’s technology partners.