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Hampshire Cultural Trust chooses WoodWing’s Swivle

“I am very impressed with Swivle in terms of features, usability and price! It’s a true SaaS product” Nick Seagrave, Digital Transformation Manager, Hampshire Culture Trust.

Hampshire Cultural Trust, a clearly digitally forward-thinking charity have researched the DAM SaaS market and chosen WoodWing’s Swivle as the best fit.   

The feedback from Hampshire Cultural Trust’s digital transformation manager, Nick Seagrave is fantastic and shows that this is a perfect solution for charities with an abundance of digital assets, it’s a reasonably priced, easy to use solution, that can be implemented with minimum effort. 

If you’re thinking of a SaaS DAM solution, take a read of Nick’s blog Nick talks you through Hampshire Cultural Trust’s decision making process and compares Swivle with other market leaders, Bynder and Brandfolder and explains why they choose Swivle.

The project team voted unanimously for Swivle – better priced, easier to use and a more familiar structure for our team

Nick Seagrave , Digital Transformation Manager, Hampshire Cultural Trust.

To discuss Swivle* and your requirements please just give us a call or drop us an email on info@evolvedmedia.co.uk

*there is a registered charity discount available, please speak to us for further details

Swivle is a part of WoodWing Software, a global market leader in digital asset management software and multi-channel publishing solutions since 2000

Swivle is WoodWing’s DAM cloud solution. It gives you unlimited storage, intuitive file management, easy collaboration and much more.

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Hampshire Cultural Trust was established as an independent charity in 2014 to promote Hampshire as a county that offers outstanding cultural experiences to both its residents and visitors.

From museums to galleries to arts centres, managing and support 23 attractions across the county that were previously operated by Hampshire County Council and Winchester City Council.

Running a huge variety of workshops, classes, events and projects for both young and old, in schools and in communities, with particular emphasis on reaching people who are vulnerable or disadvantaged and would not normally be able to access arts and culture. In addition, they care for 2.5 million objects that relate to Hampshire’s rich and internationally important cultural heritage.


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