C-nario is showcasing the company’s digital signage solutions at ISE. The C-nario stand features C-nario Messenger 3.4, which the company says is a significantly enhanced version of the company’s flagship digital signage platform. It includes new Web tools allowing easy-to-use content upload and management – via the Web. In addition, C-nario Messenger 3.4 supports the Windows 7 operating system.
C-nario Messenger is a complete digital signage display, distribution and management software platform that the company claims provides better-than-broadcast quality playback in any shape, size and resolution. C-nario says that Messenger is characterised by its superb multi-display playback engine, as well as its advanced management, monitoring and control tools. In addition, the system is based on open architecture, making it it easy to customise and adapt to different needs. The system’s content creation tools are said to help to create displays and cut costs easily.
One of the new Web tools is C-nario Local Web Editor, which enables local control via the Web over a designated zone in the template/layout. Another new Web application is C-nario Media Manager, which allows content uploading, management and approval via the Web. The company says it shortens time to market, and makes the entire workflow very efficient. It also includes an automatic distribution to the selected channel/s once approved. Non-approved content is deferred until approval.