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Thursday, February 8, 2018

Dalim Software launches Dalim ES 5.5 Media Production Platform

Offering a wide, significant range of new features, including new, easy-to-use interface, file management capabilities,  deep learning abilities and key performance indicators, Dalim Software has announced the release of Dalim ES 5.5, loaded with many new features—a significant update to a major version released just within the past year.

Dalim ES (Enterprise Solution) is a media production platform for marketing partners and media services companies—for example, studios, retailers, brand owners and their respective creative agencies—in short, anyone whose responsibilities touch upon the media production process. Companies use DALIM ES to store, manage, locate, and drive omnichannel projects, from print to Web to video. With Dalim ES 5.5, all activities—in-house or externally—are coordinated from design to final print, including regulatory compliance, localization and versioning to ensure efficiency. It extends the productivity of digital asset management, making project management, collaboration and review of files even easier and faster.

Dalim ES has performed well this year at the Great DAM Bake Offs at Henry Stewart conferences. Dalim ES has also received 10 Core Certification by former principals of the DAM Foundation Board. This certification is widely viewed as an elite status and prerequisite acknowledgement that a system satisfies the minimum ten characteristic requirements of a successful DAM system.

“Recently, Dalim ES was also identified as one of the Digital Asset Management vendors of the year 2017 by Mark Davey, founder of The Codified DAM Consultant. In particular, DALIM ES was listed in the top 5 in terms of value for cloud proclivity within the Ten Core DAM Characteristics, cloud proclivity with Amazon, and for customer support within the Ten Core DAM Characteristics,” explains Frédéric Sanuy, DALIM SOFTWARE Director of Marketing and Enterprise Solutions. ”That’s not bad for a newcomer among the many, more expensive, applications. DALIM ES can deploy quickly and much less costly than comparable systems.”

DALIM ES 5.5 enables fast approval cycles and easy collaboration. With DALIM ES, users can manage their campaigns as a whole, creating all components of the entire marketing mix—for example, including cross-links between media content and collateral materials. New features include:

Completely redesigned and more sophisticated workflow editor, rewritten with a new user-friendly interface to create, edit and organize workflows. It is now simple to drag and drop tasks into place, and to make—and undo—changes. Administrators can scale the workflow diagrams, zooming in and out easily locate specific tasks. Groups of tasks can easily be copied and placed wherever needed.

Dalim Software is delivering significant enhancements for cross-channel distribution of its Digital Virtual Library (DVL) to facilitate integration and enhance their own electronic pubs. DVL is available on a variety of stores, including the Windows Store, Apple Store and Google Play—and multiple devices, like Windows, Mac IOS, and Android. The same app can be used for desktop and mobile devices—a software developer’s kit allows users to create their own apps on IOS, OSX and Android. 

“We are extremely pleased not only with industry analysts’ acceptance of the Dalim ES DAM capabilities, but also with the speed at which we have built the system. However, what is more important is that Dalim ES combines DAM proficiency to the core of Dalim Software expertise: automated media production. Briefly, this one application simplifies the design of a project workflow for all partners in the creative production supply chain, and manages complete marketing campaigns. It's about bringing order to complexity,” comments Carol Werlé, Dalim Software CEO. “Dalim ES offers a considerable number of new features that helps brands and production companies increase speed, standardize workflows, and easily streamline content communication to improve the ROI.”

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