Bynder Chosen For Its Easy-to-Use Interface and Usability
Bynder, the global leader in digital asset management (DAM), announced that it was named a ‘Strong Performer’ in The Forrester Wave: Digital Asset Management for Customer Experience, Q2 2018 report by Forrester, Inc. The Forrester report states that Bynder “truly shines with its user interface and usability”.
In the report, Forrester calls Bynder “a good choice for companies that want an ‘easy-to-use interface’ and ‘no frills capabilities…'”. The report also recognizes Bynder’s attractive migration path for companies that want to start with a departmental deployment and then scale to the full enterprise.
“We believe that the results of this report confirm Bynder’s continued commitment to innovate, leading the way in developing a DAM that emphasizes ease-of-use and accessibility for our users,” said Chris Hall, CEO of Bynder. “We’re proud of this recognition from an outside source and will continue to work closely with clients to identify pain points and create new features to solve industry-wide problems.”
In the past year, Bynder acquired one of its top competitors, and announced several new platform integrations with software like Hootsuite, Salesforce, Adobe Creative Cloud, and Slack, seamlessly connecting Bynder to outside tools that are essential to everyday marketing tasks. This month Bynder also reported company’s substantial growth in Q1, 2018 stems from key customer wins and strong retention rates.
Bynder is the fastest way to professionally manage digital files. Its award-winning digital asset management (DAM) platform offers marketers a smart way to find and share creative files such as graphics, videos and documents. Thousands of brand managers, marketers and creatives from global organizations like PUMA, innocent drinks and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines use Bynder to organize company files; edit and approve projects in real time; auto-format and resize files; and make the right content available to others at the click of a button.
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