Silver Bay Holiday Village Project
It's crucial for travel and leisure brands to have a large bank of photography collateral that's quick to access and easy to find. Silver Bay Holiday Village had thousands of digital photography files and required a organisational piece of software that would be easy to access, and would ultimately streamline their marketing processes.
Our digital asset management system, Storeit, was the solution they were looking for.
Storeit keeps all their digital files in one, central, online cloud space - and it means that no files are scattered on desktops, external drives, servers, or hidden behind unknown passwords.
This means that they can now provide access to any employee across the world, and they can also install different visibility levels across the business.
But what makes Storeit a cut above the rest is its genius tagging function.
Once images are uploaded, Silver Bay Holiday Village are able to put keywords relevant to their digital files into the system. Now they can find them quickly and easily via a simple search.
Over 2,000 digital images are now organised within Storeit's asset library, meaning that they can be found at the click of a mouse.
Photography can also be shared easily by using the lightbox facility that enables collections of assets to be shared in a drag and drop manner.
It’s now simpler and quicker than ever for Silver Bay Holiday Village to utilise all the image and logo resources available to create constantly refreshed brand communications.
"Brandit means that we can easily store all of the wonderful photography that is constantly being produced to show case the holiday village and surrounding area. Finding images is simple and having the sharing facilities enables us to introduce a wider audience to Silver Bay." Jamie Hughes, General Manager, Silver Bay Holiday Village. www.silverbay.co.uk
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