Panasonic Tempting Digital Signage Customers With A Subscription to ScreenScape

Posted by Stephen Christensen

Screenscape PanasonicPanasonic Canada have recently announced that for a limited time, new Panasonic digital signage LCD display customers will now receive one year of complimentary ScreenScape service.

ScreenScape is a popular “community-based” digital signage service out of Charlottetown, PEI.  While successful in their own right, being used as a selling point for one of the worlds top electronics companies is a major boon for the company.

Magnus McDermid, General Manager of the Computer and AV Solutions Group for Panasonic Canada believes ScreenScape and Panasonic are a great combination for businesses getting into digital signage. “Business owners thinking about joining ScreenScape to boost sales and marketing can now get started with one-year of service compliments of Panasonic. Our line of Full HD digital signage LCD displays offers excellent choices for ScreenScape customers looking for a clear and vibrant display solution that brings in-store media to life.”

These opinions were echoed by Mark Hemphill, Founder and Chief Operating Officer of ScreenScape. “We’re making it easier for businesses to tap into the power of place-based media to drive real business value. Panasonic offers a compelling line of professional Full HD LCD displays that are ideal for digital signage applications. By giving their customers complimentary access to ScreenScape it is now that much easier for businesses of all sizes to join the ScreenScape Community and see why it is the fastest growing network of its kind on the planet.”

Company:
ScreenScape Networks
Website:
http://www.screenscape.com
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

ScreenScape is the first community-based digital signage network. Based on a software-as-a-service (SaaS) delivery model, ScreenScape enables its members to turn any Internet-connected computer or screen into a dynamic digital display. Members of ScreenScape form a collaborative community, which acts as a shared resource for content creation, exchange, cross-promotion and advertising revenue. more


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Stephen Christensen

Stephen Christensen

Stephen is the Atlantic Canadian contributor for Techvibes.com; reporting Canadian technology news, with a focus on the Maritime provinces.  Having a deep-rooted interest in science and technology for much of his life, he is most interested in mobile technology and social media.  Having been published in various scientific journals, he is completing his Graduate Studies at Dalhousie University... more



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