From workflow approvals to intellectual property management, to curating content collections, a lot of complexity goes into getting your assets ready for prime time. Streamline and automate those workflows with Story Orchestration.
How quickly can your teams create and share relevant content with your audience?
Review & Proofing
By integrating with your creative suite, reviews, markups, annotations, and approvals can all be managed within Story Orchestration, allowing you to streamline activities to deliver enhanced productivity and keep projects on track. Workflow automation provides internal and external teams with real-time visibility and notifications, ensuring everyone is in sync and aware.
Customizable and Scalable Rights Management
Easily create and control rights and usage governance for assets across channels, campaigns, teams, brands, and geographies. Access usage rights instantly, and apply rights dynamically to improve productivity. Embed an approval process to ensure nothing slips through the cracks and get alerted if licenses are about to expire or need renewal.
Share Assets With Confidence
Distribute final assets in secure, customized boards without worrying about size limits or other technical restrictions. Collections can be easily curated for sales teams, partners, and agencies so they only view the content you want them to. All rights management and intellectual property rules are dynamically adhered to, and collections can be pulled with a click of a button should they expire or no longer be relevant. You can even build engaging brand portals to share important brand assets and guidelines with your partners, ensuring brand consistency across channels.
Essential Usage and Productivity Insights
Through workflow automation, you can monitor and track assets through the various stages of their lifecycle. Maintain compliance, security, and governance by reporting and auditing your assets’ use across internal teams and third parties. Improve productivity and efficiency by identifying and removing workflow and distribution roadblocks.