DALIM SOFTWARE, makers of highly efficient, scalable software solutions for the creation, production and management of cross-media content, announces that its annual World Wide Technical Meeting (WWTM) was successfully held December 1-2 at the Molino Resort in Neuried, Germany. WWTM is the premier opportunity for DALIM SOFTWARE partners and customers to get an early preview of the next product releases and the future roadmap.
DALIM SOFTWARE’s business philosophy has always included a close interchange of ideas with its partners and customers, and the guests attending the WWTM are no strangers to DALIM SOFTWARE applications. They represent system integrators, international publishers, printers of various sizes, well-known retailers, brand owners, innovative premedia service companies and label and package printers. The attendees follow an agenda ranging from short-term product plans to DALIM SOFTWARE’s long term outlook in various market verticals. These participants not only see, but also openly discuss what lies ahead, providing invaluable feedback to product management and the development team. The event gives partners and customers a closer look at the company’s latest technological developments, and learn about the company’s plans for 2016—a drupa year.
“The people who attend our WWTM meetings are truly strategic, power users—people who are influential in the world of content creation, design, print and publishing,” explains Dr. Carol Werlé, DALIM SOFTWARE CEO. “While we offer a series of formal presentations to disclose our strategy as much as possible, we usually find that WWTM becomes an extremely interactive event. Everyone in the room shares one common goal: to improve both product quality and the user experience of our software – and they freely share their ideas and recommendations. For customers, it is a tremendous opportunity to interact with the DALIM SOFTWARE staff and meet and greet our developers. Together, we tend to develop quite a few new, innovative ideas that will make their way into the product plan. Some of these results might even make it to drupa.”