well-designed information architecture enables the value of assets to emerge in new and unexpected ways
Stow, MA (PRWEB) June 12, 2011
Earley & Associates, the information management consulting firm, today announced the expansion of its Digital Asset Management practice with the addition of two senior team members: David H. Lipsey, Senior Advisor, Digital Strategy, and Dan Taylor, Director, DAM Services.
Seth Earley, CEO of Earley & Associates, made the announcement at the Henry Stewart DAM NY 2011 conference in New York City, NY where he spoke on New Developments in Metadata, Taxonomy and Search.
In making the announcement, Mr. Earley said, “The presentations this week highlight both the opportunity and challenge of digital media for publishing and entertainment companies. David and Dan position Earley & Associates as a leading source of know-how when it comes to innovative but practical solutions for managing high value digital assets.”
As Senior Advisor on Digital Strategy, Mr. Lipsey will work with the company on its innovative projects, many of which sit at the crossroads of digital asset management, social networking, and maturing the extension of digital "smarts" into enterprise content and product workflows. David is one the most well-known thought leaders with regard to the strategic leverage of digital content. He serves as the Chair of the Henry Stewart Conferences on the Art and Practice of Managing Digital Content in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and London. David has held senior executive positions with a Media & Entertainment concentration for SAP and FTI Consulting. He is well known for his insights on the evolution of the digital supply chain and the alignment of organizational processes.
Dan Taylor joins Earley & Associates in dual role of DAM practice director, as well as Director of Delivery Services. Mr. Taylor was previously Vice President for Technology, Digital Media at RR Donnelley. He has extensive knowledge in Information Architecture, optimizing digital asset reuse for multi-channel publishing, and automating publishing systems.
Mr. Earley, continued, “We believe that well-designed information architecture enables the value of assets to emerge in new and unexpected ways. With the right IA, companies distribute and present dynamic content for collaboration, social networking and customer interaction – all of which are at the forefront of today’s value creation strategies.”
Earley & Associates works with companies across industries to achieve business value through careful attention to content management and search solutions. Their consultants are located throughout North America and serve the Global 2000 as well as major government and non-profit organizations.