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Brandfolder empowers marketers by providing an easy to use, visual platform for organizing and sharing official brand assets.

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Produce and distribute design-quality, on-brand content:
Edit images and text within ad creative, sales collateral, brochures, business cards and more, and share them directly from the Brandfolder platform. By exporting InDesign files as templates, you can designate which content is editable within Brandfolder. This enables your sales team, marketing team, or any other non-designers to use them on the fly.

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Brandfolder is a powerful digital asset management platform that allows you to maximize your brand management potential. With feature like, workflow management, video editing and InDesign templating to enable cross team collaborations. Organizations like Slack, Shazam, Tripadvisor and Salesforce rely on Brandfolder to deliver consistent, organized, and efficient brand experiences.

How do you position yourself against your competitors?

Brandfolder’s modern, visually-elegant digital asset management (DAM) platform empowers teams to save time and increase productivity. Our intuitive and user-friendly interface makes it easy to organize, share, and collaborate on important digital brand assets. This focus on simplicity makes it possible for an organization to adopt Brandfolder in a matter of days, eliminating the lengthy integration and training time that typically accompanies DAM solutions. Lastly, our platform is 100% cloud based, making it extremely secure, accessible, and affordable.

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