Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 07, 2014
MetaCommunications will be demonstrating several new brand management and creative workflow automation solutions to top brand and design executives at the 2014 Fuse Conference taking place April 7-9 in Chicago, IL. Workgroups DaVinci, its flagship product, gives organizations the single, integrated tool they need to lead creative production for brand campaigns.
"We're excited to showcase our full brand solution to such a prestigious and forward-thinking audience," said Katrina Otis, Vice President of Sales. "This event allows us to demonstrate the unique brand management features of Workgroups DaVinci that help organizations save time and produce world-class artwork while ensuring brand compliance."
Workgroups DaVinci automates numerous brand processes including creative production, marketing planning, vendor management, and brand asset management, improving productivity while maintaining full control of the brand. The software improves collaboration and project transparency for stakeholders throughout the organization and gives brand managers the ability to create brand-approved digital art libraries and spec sheets.
MetaCommunications will be sponsoring a session on Monday at 3 pm (CST) entitled “How Process Leads to Brand and Design Innovation”, where William Dickson of Haney, Inc. will present how top brands are empowering creative talent to drive innovation.
Live demonstrations of Workgroups DaVinci and several of its other brand productivity products will be ongoing at the conference. Attendees can schedule a meeting with a MetaCommunications representative in advance by visiting the MetaCommunications Events page.
MetaCommunications develops productivity apps for marketing, creative, and production. With over 1000 customer sites worldwide, MetaCommunications has the solid experience and range of solutions to quickly help any organization take their productivity to the next level through improved processes, workflows, and communications. For more information about MetaCommunications, please visit http://www.metacommunications.com.