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5 More Must Have Review & Approval Metrics for Creative Operations Managers

Posted by Samuel Kiramathypathy on December 01, 2016

For Creative Operations and Project Managers (a.k.a. Traffic Managers, Studio Operations) that are tasked with delivering marketing/creative assets on time the Review & Approval stage of the creative production process can be likened to running a race. Your Creatives and Reviewers are like the runners on a relay team, and the Assets are the baton that is passed between them. However much as a relay team doesn’t just accept finishing a race as good enough, simply getting Assets produced shouldn’t be good enough either. Runners strive for the fastest time, and the Review and Approval Process should be no different. Runners know what important metrics to look at when determining their performance, and how to interpret those metrics to get faster times. The question becomes: what should be measured in the Review and Approval Process, and why?

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Topics: Creative Review, Creative Review and Approval, Metrics that Matter

Feature Showcase: Online Proofing for Packaging Asset Approvals

Posted by Krissie Harrigan on June 09, 2016

The latest version of ConceptShare added improvements and new features to our Proofing Workspace. Most notably we added the ability to rotate assets within the Proofing Workspace to meet the needs of enterprises that work with assets with different orientations like package designs. 

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Topics: Product Info and Updates, Creative Review, New Features, Online Proofing

Customer Success Story: High Level Performance (Infographic)

Posted by Michaela Green on October 30, 2015

 

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Topics: Creative Review, measure creative productivity, speed and volume, review and approval software

Things Customers Say: “I Want A Single Source of Review Truth”

Posted by Nish on May 16, 2012
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Topics: Creative Review, Why Creative Operations Management?

ConceptShare For 9-Year Olds

Posted by Nish on May 11, 2012

No, 9-year olds are not a new market that we are selling to. I read this post on Inc.com about how in today’s world of information overload the job of the sales person is so much harder. It's so much harder to cut through the clutter, distractions and never ending list of priorities vying for the customer’s attention. It's so much harder to say something that will be remembered an hour later, a day later, a week later or a month later.

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Topics: Online Collaboration, Creative Review, Why Creative Operations Management?

Helping Creative Teams Work Smarter

Posted by Julie on February 22, 2012

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Topics: Design Collaboration, Creative Review, Why Creative Operations Management?, Creative Republic

TechFlaps on ConceptShare

Posted by Julie on February 06, 2012

At ConceptShare, we’re all about helping our customers share, communicate, and collaborate on their creative work. And, we love it when others share and communicate their opinion of us! Recently, TechFlaps wrote an article ConceptShare – The Perfect Visual Collaboration Platform, highlighting what they thought were some of our most valuable features.

“Think about this, you are working on a design and your team is scattered through different locations. It’s necessary that you have to collaborate their efforts and ideas so that everyone is aware of what others are doing and get inputs and ideas from each other.

Moreover, you need everyone going in the same direction and this becomes difficult when your team is situated in various geographic locations.

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Topics: News and Events, TechFlaps, Creative Review

A Market of Anyone; A Focus on Four

Posted by Nish on November 01, 2011

Big is our market? I hate getting that question. Why? The person asking the question usually wants a big, bombastic answer. I could with all honesty say that our market lays with anyone that needs to communicate and collaborate on creative work. That is a market of hundreds of thousands of users; maybe millions. Start with freelancers, agencies and marketing teams. Then add in film & television, architects, engineers, software developers, publishers …. well you get the idea. I could easily put together a set of slides showing a massive market of users just waiting to buy ConceptShare.

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Topics: Digital Agencies, Thought Leadership, Creative Review, Media and Entertainment, Internet Retailers

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