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Jodie Byass

Jodie heads Admation's marketing team and is passionate about educating the marketing and advertising industries on how they can improve their workflows. Servicing the industry for more than 10 years, Jodie has an indepth understanding of the pain points and challenges that marketers experience each day.
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Client Win - nib selects admation to help manage its marketing approval workflow

Posted by Jodie Byass on Oct 17, 2018

nib, an Australian health insurer, selected admation as its preferred approval workflow software. We’re thrilled about this new client relationship and look forward to helping nib streamline its marketing content production.

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Topics: Admation, marketing approval workflow, Managing Marketing Projects

Implementing MRM Software Can Boost Your Profits

Posted by Jodie Byass on Oct 15, 2018

It’s one thing to sing the praises of MRM software and its multiple features, but how does it impact your bottom line? As previously outlined, today’s comprehensive MRM provides a one-stop shop to manage marketing resources and projects, from briefing all the way through to final production. Let’s take a look at how implementing MRM software can save you money and boost your profits.

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Topics: MRM, Marketing Resource Management, Managing Resources, Managing Marketing Projects, Resource Management Software

Youi Insurance selects admation to streamline its marketing projects

Posted by Jodie Byass on Oct 10, 2018

Youi Insurance has nominated admation as its preferred marketing project and resource management software. We’re very excited about this new relationship and look forward to adding value to Youi’s marketing content production.

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Topics: Marketing Industry Trends, Admation, Marketing Project Management

Have More Visibility Over Your Marketing Projects Without Losing Your Head

Posted by Jodie Byass on Sep 24, 2018

The Dilemma and The Fix Series - Part 4:

The Dilemma
James is Head of Marketing and currently doing the annual budget for his department. Since ramping up operations, he has no idea how much time is being spent on projects. He checks the Marketing & Resources Calendar saved on the server, but finds there are five indistinct versions. With the clock ticking, he’s tempted to go ‘eeny meeny miny mo’, but he’s fairly certain this is not a sound strategy.

He calls his Marketing Manager instead, only to find none of the spreadsheets is current. She’ll email an updated version in twenty minutes but two hours later, with no update, James is losing his head. When the email finally arrives, he discovers a project has fallen off the calendar. He also notices that while some resources are overloaded others appear to be enjoying a daily siesta. James, meanwhile, has developed a major headache.

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Topics: Marketing Project Management, Admation, Managing Marketing Projects