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Digital asset delivery community for automotive OEM launched, as SaaS-based TRUexchange and TRUcore SOA enable collaboration for auto makers

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ Managed file transfer specialist vendor Trubiquity has rolled out a new digital asset delivery community for marketing arms of automotive OEMs.

According to the corporation, this new digital asset community is built-on a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform of Trubiquity’s TRUexchange system and TRUcore service-oriented architecture (SOA). The new community can also offer auto OEMs a centralised channel for their marketing operations, for vendors and partners to share large digital media.

Launching on Trubiquity’s SaaS-based MFT platform, Trubiquity said it worked closely with the automotive OEMs to deploy the digital asset delivery community in a just two weeks, which enables community managers to collaborate with a network of more than 2,000 vendors and partners, it claimed.

Commenting Trubiquity vice president Martyn Davies said: “The launch of the digital asset delivery community for our global OEM customer required a truly collaborative effort that crossed several functional areas and involved a high degree of customer interaction”


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