Reference ChecksBy Joshua Weinberger | Posted 2003-02-01 Email Print
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Dir., e-Commerce & Dealer Technologies
Project: The automotive giant is using TEAMS 4.3.1 (and some subsequent enhancements) to coordinate assets between third-party marketers and advertisers, and for its consumer Web sites. It's one of the first users to implement TEAMS on Websphere and Solaris.
DreamWorks SKGCraig Fujimoto
Dir., Application Development
Project: The film and television production company is providing its international theatrical marketing division an improved means of distributing print and advertising materials around the world.
Fox Filmed EntertainmentTom Roach
Project: Seattle-based Getty Images hosts L.A.-based FFE's marketing materials and publicity photos via TEAMS on an ad hoc basis. FFE keeps larger files out of the system.
Manager, Knowledge Applications & Programming
Project: Scheduled to reopen in a new Washington, D.C., facility in 2006, the interactive museum for news is adding 30,000 assets to its TEAMS 4.3.1 system over the next few weeks, on its way to more than 100,000.
Pearson EducationDouglas G. Kubach
Senior VP, CTO
Project: Built around TEAMS 4, the publishing house went live with its Pearson Asset Library in September, retiring two prior systems.
Chief Technologist, Asset Management Architect
Project: The Boston multimedia/broadcast outlet is replacing its archival database, streamlining the production process and enabling centralized distribution of its editorial assets.
Executives listed here are all customers of Artesia Technologies. Their willingness to talk has been confirmed by Baseline.