Do You Have the Right DAM Vendor for Your Industry?

  • 3-Apr-2017

Digital Asset Management (DAM) has always been considered a horizontal technology, but as the market has evolved, more vendors are focusing on particular industry verticals. In RSG's full DAM vendor evaluation research, we rate the knowledge and experience of 34 vendors across nine different verticals:

  • Advertising & Creative Agencies
  • Fast-Moving Consumer Goods
  • Government
  • Manufacturing
  • Media & Entertainment
  • Nonprofit, Education, & Heritage
  • Pharmaceutical, Healthcare, & Medical
  • Retail & E-commerce

Here's a breakdown of the vendors that rate highly (three or better on a five-point scale) in a few key verticals.

DAM Vendors by Verticals

This evolution has caused vertical focus to become another important factor to consider when building your DAM vendor shortlist.

To address this dimension, we recently added vertical capabilities to the list of usage scenarios in RSG's RealQuadrant ShortList Generator:

ShortList Generator

You can build your own RealQuadrant to see if your shortlisted vendors have the right vertical capabilities for your industry. You'll find a complimentary trial version, then don't hesitate to contact us about becoming a subscriber to see the full monty.

 

Our customers say...

"Real Story Group offers exhaustive coverage of globally available Digital Asset Management Research products. I have seen their reports and have compared them with the ones by Gartner and Forrester. Real Story Group's report on DAM systems is the best in the world."

Punit Dhandhania, Content Architecture, Workflows, Systems & Strategies Consultant, Independent Consultant

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