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R2 DAM is an “orchestration engine”, which means content and media can move, transform and conform based on the data, path and destination. Risetime created R2 DAM as a way to address content and metadata flows across platforms and applications. The R2 DAM engine provides interconnected components to orchestrate that flow in complex ecosystems.
R2 DAM unifies the tech stack, extending, embedding, and enabling DAM and content functionality at the point of interaction - and throughout the media supply chain. It adheres to security and access controls, with auditability and notifications, with two-way communication for analytics and reporting.
No Code Integrations
In every organization, workflows are constantly evolving with new people, processes and technology changes. Risetime integrated solutions include customized, low-code, and no-code integrations for more “usable” and interconnected applications that facilitate the flow and sharing of data and content across systems. We evaluate workflow tools and processes to automate repetitive steps and leverage data to drive automated processes. A simple example is using Digital Rights Management data to act on the current state, so expired or embargoed content is not processed and notifications keep users informed if intervention is needed.
A key Risetime differentiator is our experience in information architecture and all the systems and infrastructure that support it. Our approach to Integration Platform as a Service (IPaaS) is to use an “information architecture” lens to understand information flows and content lifecycle for your organization. With this as a baseline, we can make functional components that can be added or modified for a highly flexible platform.
We have created data models to support manufacturers and retailers with thousands of categories, products, and suppliers. Our focus is on a data model to support the data flow today and the added complexities of future technology. Information architecture is the core foundation to support IPaaS, compliance, automation, and AI.
DAM is frequently considered to be foundational to tech stacks and platforms - a core repository, single source of truth, and central hub for content. This monolithic view of DAM is giving way to “headless” in which the DAM system has no front end. The DAM functionality can be embedded within adjacent applications or purpose-built, based on specific user needs. The R2 DAM orchestration engine enables orchestration requirements using your existing DAM or migrating to a new one. R2DAM can address a specific use case or rationalize a company’s information architecture to solve systemic issues and optimize the content flows for people, process, and technology. Here are some examples of complex orchestration of multiple workstreams, applications, and content flows.
Product Information (PIM) populates online catalogs with images, data, and pricing pulled from Master Data (MDM) and DAM, with analytics and reporting.
Personalization of CMS and customer experience requires individualized content to be delivered at the point of interaction, based on the profile data of the customer. Efficient and timely delivery requires the coordination of different systems to create that compelling and engaging customer experience.
FDA compliance for life sciences use cases. The orchestration engine can manage chain of custody, medical-legal-regulatory (MLR) review, audit trails, licensing, and rights information through active governance.
The explosion of content distribution channels requires sophisticated content syndication, whether eCommerce, CMS, streaming media, or more. Some companies syndicate their own content to multiple distribution points, managing dynamic, scheduled delivery and notifications to keep it online. We have helped companies develop their own “Formula One” engines for syndication in-house as well as outsourced to content syndicators. Solid information architecture and partner experts allow your content to move at the speed of business.