Integrating DAM into your tech stack
Using digital asset management (DAM) as the glue between your systems enables a single source of truth and consistency across channels that need access to the same content.Browse integrations
Why integrate with DAM
For ongoing success, it is important to acquire a highly connectable DAM. By creating more efficient work processes and reducing the likelihood of error, there is more time to focus on core work and business growth.
Create and import assets
Enable a smooth-operating content lifecycle by connecting your DAM to the sources of your assets, such as creative tools, stock repositories, and project management solutions.
Capture metadata and enrich assets
Adding information to your assets from tools like Product Information Management (PIM) or usage rights for stock imagery provides the context necessary to find and use them correctly.
Distribute and track assets
Smooth distribution of assets for use across Content Management Systems (CMS), Cloud Delivery Networks (CDNs), Social, Video platforms, and more reduces manual error and makes sure the right assets end up in the right place.
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When looking at integrations, analytics and the future of our tech stack, we are aiming to build an interconnected digital ecosystem where every system ‘talks to one another’. Bynder is really important in ensuring that the right teams have the right assets in any tool they use.Hugo Pereira
VP of Growth and Strategy at EVBox
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