There’s Nothing Spookier Than Missing Files 👻


The scariest night of the year is nearly upon us, when the world dresses up in spooky costumes and consumes shocking amounts of candy. It’s that one night of the year when it’s socially acceptable to do your best to scare those around you. But there’s nothing scarier for marketers than missing a deadline or losing a critical brand file.

It’s happened to all of us at least once in our careers. We were on holiday and forgot to submit a file, our computer crashed while a file was uploading… causing you to now double and triple check that you’re prepared for anything. But most of the business world really isn’t fully prepared when they don’t have a digital media management service in place.

And this is where we come to take the freak factor out of your life as a marketer…

CleanPix is designed to save time by automating your media management workflow. Your files are automatically processed into multiple file formats, can be protected with public access controls and are accessible from one central hub.

Being able to find and deliver your files in the right format at a moment’s notice is important. Protecting your files is also just as important. Having your brand assets safely stored in the cloud, accessible to those who need them is no longer a nice-to-have, it’s a need-to-have.

CleanPix saves you and your team hours each week in managing requests,
searching for files and confirming file delivery. A 45 minute interruption is now a simple task that can be completed in 5 minutes or less – now that’s efficiency!

Let the nightmare end today and sign up for a 14-day trial of CleanPix. 🎃🍬😱

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