Join Johan Karlsson, Senior Product Manager at Perforce, and Chris Perez, Director of Product Marketing – Media & Gaming at Perforce, as they demonstrate the latest capabilities of Helix DAM. In this demo, they’ll cover how to connect to existing Helix Core projects and streams (a new release update). Johan and Chris will also walk you through how teams can take advantage of the scalability and security of version control across their creative and development projects.  

In this session, you’ll learn how to:

  • Connect Helix DAM to an existing Helix Core project.
  • Customize your Helix Core view settings and streams pathing.
  • Find, track, and review your 3D assets (including FBX file types).  
  • Follow Helix DAM best practices to streamline work and collaboration.  

Explore Our Free Sandbox Experience

Get free access to our Helix DAM sandbox for 14 days. You can start saving and sorting assets, comparing every version of your art in one place, and collaborating on projects with your team. See firsthand how digital asset management software can improve your creative processes and workflow.  


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Johan Karlsson

Senior Product Manager, Perforce Software

Johan Karlsson is an Agile coach and Senior Consultant who builds bridges between customers and product teams. With an engineering and development background, he is the Product Manager for Helix Plan (formerly Hansoft), Helix DAM, and Helix Swarm. He's a backlog nerd with the ambitious goal to bring Agile and lean principles into modern enterprise environments.

Chris Perez

Chris Perez

Director of Product Marketing - Media & Gaming, Perforce

As Director of Product Marketing - Media & Gaming, Chris sits at the intersection of communications and product experience for the Perforce Digital Creation and Collaboration Suite. A leader in the rapidly evolving gaming and media space, Chris works with game developers, VFX artists, producers, and technical directors to understand their unique challenges and perspectives. Chris started his career as an electrical engineer at IBM, and enjoys using the power of human-centered design to solve complex business initiatives.