Join ICP at DAM Los Angeles 2017!

Join ICP at DAM Los Angeles 2017!

Join ICP at DAM Los Angeles 2017!

Join us and bring your team along for two days of presentations, case studies, peer-to-peer roundtables and interactive panels full of real, actionable advice direct from world leading DAM experts that you can take back to your organization and immediately put into effect. ICP’s Christopher Grakal (Executive Vice President – North America) and Erich Claxton (Vice President of Creative Operations) will be in attendance, so make sure to ping a hello beforehand and drop in on our panel and roundtable.

Book your place using discount code ICP100 for a $100 discount on the conference fee!

Panel: “Can’t We Just All Get Along?” – Solving the Big Team Dilemma | 15th November | 11:40am

With the need for technology to be supporting and driving creative initiatives more than ever before, the alignment of creative, technology, and business stakeholders is critical for all brands big and small. This panel made up of industry thought leaders from across these 3 areas get together to discuss both the challenges as well as the ingredients for success in understanding each other’s unique “language” and executing effectively to achieve results and meet their individual as well as collective KPI’s.

Attendees will learn about Creative, Business, and Technology teams internal priorities and how each team can improve communication, project management and strategic alignment in order to achieve mutual business goals and happy stakeholders.

Panelists include:
Nick Felder, Global Group Director, Film and Music Production, The Coca-Cola Company
David Sugg, Executive Director – Technical Solutions, Warner Bros.

Roundtable: DAM – it’s all about the people | 14th November | 4.20PM |

The technology might be set and you’ve made the right choice, but why do so many projects still fail to deliver the promised results? As with all technology implementations, it’s about the people. It’s imperative to take a people-first approach to ensure adoption, maximum ROI and ultimate success. With Christopher Grakal moderating, let’s talk about a “People-First” approach!

ICP renews its ISO 9001 certification

ICP renews its ISO 9001 certification

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By Martin Handyside

After gaining official certification to the ISO 9001 quality system in September 2016, we have spent a year honing our quality processes even more thoroughly, and have just passed our annual review with the external auditor.

You can now have even more confidence in ICP’s ability to deliver everything you need and stay on top of all your project activities, whether on the Creative Production, or the Marketing Technology Services side of our business.

What is ISO 9001?

ISO stands for the International Standards Organization, creators of hundreds of thousands of product and service standards. It’s been implemented by more than one million organisations in some 175 countries. ISO 9001 helps organisations to implement quality management.

It’s for all businesses, large or small, to help them become more structured and organised and puts customers at the heart of the business.

What ISO 9001 means for our clients

ISO 9001 certified organisations have been shown to perform better in a study by the Harvard Business School. Furthermore, research by four business school academics showed that firms that failed to seek certification experienced substantial deteriorations in ROI, productivity and sales.

Research carried out by Dun & Bradstreet showed increased employee involvement, cost reduction and increased market share having gained implemented the standard. Data from the British Assessment Bureau’s Client Satisfaction Survey showed that 44% attributed winning new business directly to ISO 9001.

ISO 9001 in a nutshell

Say what you do…

◆ Policy    ◆ Objectives    ◆ Procedures    ◆ Quality Manual

Do what you say…

◆ Follow procedures   ◆ Know what to do, how to do and when to do

Prove it…

◆ Internal Audits    ◆ Opportunities for Improvement

Improve it…

◆ Get feedback from customers and suppliers    ◆ Seek continuous improvement   ◆ Communicate