Libris by PhotoShelter Launches Digital Asset Management Month, A Trailblazing Initiative Inspiring Creative Teams to Better Manage Visual Content

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Throughout March, Libris will distribute exclusive resources and insights empowering marketers to improve how they organize and distribute photos and videos

Libris by PhotoShelter presents Digital Asset Management Month

Through our Digital Asset Management Month content experience, marketers will be empowered to better manage their creative files and reach followers through relevant and inspiring visual stories," says Andrew Fingerman, CEO of PhotoShelter.

Libris (libris.photoshelter.com), the leading digital asset management tool that empowers effortless visual storytelling, announces Digital Asset Management Month, a curated program that will improve how teams manage creative assets and connect with their audiences through engaging visual content. Libris, which has been named G2 Crowd’s Category leader in digital asset management, is excited to unveil the Digital Asset Management Month Hub, which includes exclusive insights from top-tier brands: http://bit.ly/2H6cWkZ

Each week in March, Libris will share one-of-a-kind digital asset management resources to help marketers better organize their photos and videos, speed up their creative workflows and captivate their followers with compelling visual storytelling.

Libris’ leading digital asset management insights will be shared weekly across four major themes, including:

Week 1 Organization: Tips to manage creative files and locate assets instantly.
Week 2 Workflow: Tips to cut out steps and streamline how visual content gets delivered.
Week 3 Distribution: Tips to reach followers with engaging and real-time visual content.
Week 4 Inspiration: Tips from leading brands making connections through powerful visual storytelling.

All content will be distributed across Libris’ social media channels and directly on the Digital Asset Management Month Hub here: http://bit.ly/2H6cWkZ

“Today, the world's greatest brands are sharing powerful visual stories to forge deep connections with their audiences,” says Andrew Fingerman, CEO of PhotoShelter. “Yet to achieve this, an asset management strategy is critical. Through our Digital Asset Management Month content experience, marketers will be empowered to better manage their creative files and reach followers through relevant and inspiring visual stories.”

Launched in 2015, the Libris platform continues to experience significant client growth year-over-year. Today, over 1,000 professional sports teams, world-class universities and leading brands in consumer goods, retail, travel and hospitality use Libris to upload, organize and share files of all types — including photos, videos, PDFs, audio files, Word documents, spreadsheets and more.

Libris was also recently recognized as the Category Leader in digital asset management by G2 Crowd, the world’s top business solutions review website. The acknowledgment was based on market presence and reviews from G2 Crowd users, including superior customer satisfaction ratings and a high likeliness to recommend Libris. Check out Libris’ notable profile and customer endorsements here: http://bit.ly/2FIoyI5

To learn more about Libris or to request a demo, visit: libris.photoshelter.com.

About Libris
Libris (libris.photoshelter.com) is the simplest and fastest digital asset management platform built for visual media. We help brands and organizations create visual stories effortlessly. With 14 years in the cloud and more than 600 million assets managed, our cutting-edge software helps over 1,000 top consumer and retail brands, travel and hospitality icons, professional sports teams and world-class universities easily organize, collaborate on and share their photos and videos. It’s a powerful media library that will centralize your team’s assets and change the way you communicate visually.

Today, Libris is used by leading brands across industries, including: The Associated Press, New York Jets, Los Angeles Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles, Atlanta Braves, University of Florida, Purdue University, National Aquarium, Chick-fil-A, Special Olympics USA Games, Pandora, PBS, Politico, Nathan’s Famous and Wendy’s. To request a demo, please visit libris.photoshelter.com.

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