Red Hat is the world’s leading provider of open source, enterprise I.T solutions. With 85 offices in 35 countries, Red Hat provides operating system platforms, middleware, applications, management products, support, training and consulting services.
85 offices in 35 countries
Inability to remain on-brand while scaling
We measure the benefits of Outfit just by the requests we aren’t getting any more. I know that every time I see something being built by Outfit, that would otherwise be a custom piece of creative that would have to be taken care of by my team. As that list grows bigger, I know I’m saving more.
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Due to exponential growth in the Asia-Pacific region, Red Hat was investing a lot of resources into producing and distributing marketing material.
The existing process was time-consuming, repetitive and costly while overloading the brand and marketing teams. Red Hat's corporate brand also suffered through inconsistent execution when ad-hoc marketing materials, produced by external vendors, were of poor quality.
Brand governance faced many challenges, as did the local marketing teams. The materials production and distribution process in the region was greatly affected by a gradual dilution of the Red Hat brand.
Managing brand governance across online materials, print and events execution is a must for all large enterprises. Managing the brand on a global scale across several countries, languages and catering for local marketing needs is an entirely different brand game.
The templates, created by in-house designers, can instantly be shared with marketing and production teams across the globe to produce localised materials, on demand, in multiple output formats such as pdf, png, jpg or HTML.
Dynamic customisation capabilities and automatic resizing eliminate the need to manually version creative, significantly lowering Red Hat’s production costs.
Outfit also empowers Red Hat's field marketing teams and agencies to write and edit content, customise it to different regions and markets and render their own marketing materials with no branding concerns or bottlenecks.
Red Hat has been able to implement and maintain strong governance and cut production costs and overheads. The brand and marketing teams reclaimed time from repeatable production logistics and invested it in the creative and strategic aspects of the Red Hat brand.
The product of this partnership with Outfit has turned Red Hat’s global brand into a truly dynamic system - configurable, flexible and accessible. Their messaging can adapt rapidly across a range of media and their marketing teams have full creative control — in real time. Instead of churning volume and budget through different creative material versions around the world, Outfit has removed the ‘cost of business’ from a base-materials perspective.