Streamlining Adobe CC Content from your DAM to Accelerate your Creative Processes

Jun 18, 2020 12:38:02 AM / by Frédéric SANUY

Just 2 weeks ago I had some good time with Andreas Michalski CEO and Founder of CI-HUBdemonstrating how Adobe plug-ins can enhance the power of your DAM involving the right people at the right time to transform your entire creative process during a new Henry Stewart Events Webina.

One of the main challenge of any agencies but also brands and retailers is to find an easy way to collaborate digital content between designers and stakeholders. It has to be simple and efficient.

For most designers they do not want to switch between different peace of web platforms. They just want to stay in the Adobe Creative Suite.  DAM vendors have to make creativity more accessible and more intuitive. The Adobe plugins is the answer to connect your DAM system with your creative team.

So enjoy the Replay where I made a overview of challenges for creativeops and a live demo of the plugin by Andreas Michalski CEO :


In the mean time, I made a White Paper for CI-HUB, starting by creative trends and then going deep dive in the creative processes and then how connectors can enhance the customer experience streaming the whole content from the DAM to Adobe Desktop applications at the heart of the creativity.

White Paper : Streamlining Adobe CC content from your DAM to accelerate creative processes

You have a DAM project to accelerate your creativeops, contact us helping you building an RFP and get the best solution with the best ROI.


Frédéric SANUY

CEO – ACTIVO Consulting

Tags: Webinar, DAM, creative, creativeops

Frédéric SANUY

Written by Frédéric SANUY

I'm a 25-year expert of the information technology industry, with Digital Asset Management (DAM), Product Information Management (PIM) and Content Management System (CMS). I advise customers, technology project leader on digital strategy, technology business cases, and vendors. Specialties: Digital asset management (DAM), E-learning and xml-based workflows, content management (ECMS), distributed (global) workflows, category, taxonomy and controlled vocabulary development, editorial and media workflows, continuous improvement, change management, value-chain management, mentoring & coaching, application development and deployment.