Signage software and e-paper label companies announce collaboration3 October 2016
Digital signage solutions manufacturer easescreen and electronic labelling systems specialist SES-imagotag – both based in Graz, Austria – have agreed to collaborate on a global scale. The aim is to make use of the synergies between their innovative hardware and software products to address new global markets.
SES-imagotag’s e-paper labels provide up-to-date information and advanced interactivity thanks to their integrated NFC chips. This plug-and-play system has many applications in retail, and in digital signage such as digital door plates for conference or hotel rooms, automating seat-reservation systems for public transport, or displaying patient information in hospitals. These will be combined with advanced digital signage software interfaces from easescreen, which enable the flexible use of remote-controlled displays.
“SES imagotag will be an important partner for our global digital signage activities,” said Gerhard Pichler, CEO of easescreen. “easescreen and SES-imagotag represent an unbeatable combination of high-performance digital signage software and high-quality plug-and-play display systems. Our focus in the continued development of easescreen is on an open, future-oriented software architecture with interfaces and expandability for a diverse range of applications. Our top priority is to offer our customers flexible and custom solutions that are the best in their class is.”
“SES-imagotag has built a strong international network of partners in recent years,” added Eberhard Steinort, head of international partner support at SES-imagotag.” With easescreen, we’re getting a partner on board with strong experience in digital signage. easescreen’s promising references make us believe that this will be a truly successful cooperation between these two Graz-based technology companies.”
easescreen is powerful modular digital signage software with an intuitive and user-friendly user interface. It can be used to create digital advertising and information systems that can be managed and distributed for any number of networked displays. Audiovisual and interactive media content can be controlled, scheduled and updated automatically or manually in real time – from the workplace as well as from mobile devices.