Rise Vision Releases Version 1.3 of the Rise Display Network
Jun 20, 2007 3:43 PM
Rise Vision, a provider of web-based content management software for interactive control of digital signage networks, announces that it has released Version 1.3 of its Rise Display Network display control center software. The new version of the Rise Display Network includes a no-risk, pre-purchase download; improves usability for non-technical users; enhances customization; and streamlines performance.
- Instant download of a 30-day evaluation copy enables users to "try before they buy" the Rise Display Network. Businesses, universities, and financial institutions report that the single most important business requirement of a digital signage network is ease of use by non-technical staff; with this feature upgrade, companies can instantly download the Rise Display Network for a free 30-day evaluation and see its simplicity and power first hand before investing.
- The customized user home page enables users to quickly and easily edit the most important bulletins and playlists while monitoring the health of their networks at a glance.
- Improved speed and performance. The Rise Display Network is entirely web-driven, and this technical upgrade has significantly improved system performance throughout the digital signage management application.
"The Rise Display Network version 1.3 provides digital signage users with a simple-to-use, web-based solution for their communication needs," says Ryan Cahoy, vice president sales/marketing for Rise Vision. "Users no longer need to purchase software, and can instead download the program to immediately create customized messages mixed with live data such as weather, news headlines, sports scores, and stock quotes."
The Rise Display Network is a web-based content management system that enables users to quickly, easily, and cost-effectively create customized content for a network of large-format public information displays. Companies can choose live content options including stock ticker feeds, sports scores, and live news, and they can incorporate their own custom information for a simple subscription per video output.
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