AVL chooses CELUM Digital Asset Management
New Client for Linz Software Company
“We are one of Austria’s strongest R&D companies, and we’re very proud of that. We were looking for a DAM solution to automate processes and make international collaboration easier for the marketing of our many new developments and products. We found this in CELUM. We were especially impressed by the option of seamlessly integrating CELUM into our existing Microsoft SharePoint® environment, creating the possibility of a ‘content hub’ for all our marketing content - all while fulfilling our high data protection requirements,’ said Rachel Arellano, Director of Global Corporate Marketing at AVL.
The roughly 30 employees that are active in Marketing at AVL are responsible for managing databases and assets. Over 8,000 internal users will be able to access these using the CELUM Connector for Microsoft SharePoint®. By the end of the year, further applications such as the Salesforce Marketing Cloud and the AVL.com website will use CELUM as a central hub for all content, where relevant images, videos, graphics and other assets can be accessed. The Linz-based CELUM team took over implementation of the solution for AVL.
‘We are more than happy that we won over AVL with our DAM solution. AVL joins Swarovski, Silhouette, Porsche Austria, Rosenbauer and voestalpine as one of many internationally leading Austrian companies that place their trust in CELUM Digital Asset Management. For companies that are active on the international stage, it is especially important that content is well managed and shared. Our software makes sure that happens,’ stated Michael J. Kräftner, founder and CEO of CELUM.
CELUM is a globally leading developer of marketing technology software for Enterprise Digital Asset Management and Marketing Content Management. CELUM software products already boast more than 700,000 users across 800 companies in 35 countries. This includes names such as 3M, CLAAS, Do & Co, Hochtief, L'Oreal Professional, MAN, Shiseido, Silhouette, Toshiba, Toyota, Universal Music and voestalpine.