(PRWEB) November 27, 2012
Digital asset management (DAM) software maker Picturepark® will send personnel to Sao Paulo, Brazil to provide a series of events designed to help Publishing-focused South American partners extend their reach into corporate markets. Taking place between December 3 and 7, the events will be hosted by Brazilian Picturepark distributor, EPYX, who also sells Adobe and WoodWing publishing software in the region.
“Picturepark offers WoodWing and Adobe customers true enterprise-class digital asset management, and it offers partners strategic new business potential,” explained Picturepark CEO Ramon Forster. “By expanding their focus outside of Publishing, these partners avoid being reliant on a single market. And ultimately, their success is a win for all involved.”
Leading the events will be Picturepark Product Evangelist, Olivia Schuett.
“It’s not typical that Picturepark training events last a week, but there were so many Brazilian partners and prospects wanting to see and learn Picturepark that we had to extend our normal schedule,” Schuett said. “It won’t be easy to leave freezing Switzerland for a week in sunny San Paulo, but someone has to do it!”
The events will take place at the Sao Paulo headquarters of EPYX between December 3 and 7, 2012. Partners wishing to participate should contact Picturepark Director of Sales for the Americas, Hector Medina (hm(at)picturepark(dot)com).
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Picturepark is the world’s most innovative digital asset management software. Bridging ease-of-use with enterprise functionality and reliability, only Swiss-made Picturepark offers affordable, browser-based DAM that works in the Cloud (SaaS), onsite or as a hybrid. Leveraging Microsoft .NET and SOA for global integration possibilities, Picturepark connectors are available for Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, SharePoint, YouTube, Dropbox, Typo3, Woodwing and more.
Learn more at http://picturepark.com.