#ISE2010 – Scala Launches Scala QuickStart

Gail Chiasson, North American Editor

For those looking for a solution for a few single-channel media players, Philadelphia-based Scala, provider of end-to-end software solutions for digital signage and advertising management, has launched Scala QuickStart at ISE Stand 12D89.

Built on the basis of Scala’s powerful SaaS offering, Scala QuickStart provides the power, flexibility and reliability of Scala through a quick, easy and cost-effective digital signage deployment.

Targeted for end-users who want an easily managed digital signage network with minimal setup time, Scala QuickStart is the perfect solution for corporate reception areas, educational institutions, independent retailers and other users who do not want to be concerned with complex network management, but don’t want to compromise on content quality and delivery reliability.

“Scala QuickStart delivers best in class digital signage with great looking digital content to customers with limited marketing resources and budgets” says Robert Koolen, president of Scala. “Scala QuickStart is designed to empower organizations around the world through the benefits of digital signage by providing an easy-to-use interface, a number of ready-to-use templates, as well as a portal where users can obtain high-quality content.”

That includes all major Scala supported content types; including video, images, Flash, interactive content and Scala scripts.

Other support features include: scheduling of content to a single output player device; user levels and concurrent multi-user support; landscape and portrait orientation; and multi-language support.

Driving more than 300,000 screens worldwide, Scala offers a leading platform for content creation, management and distribution in digital signage networks and the first unified platform for advertising management of both traditional and digital signage networks. It has subsidiaries in Canada, The Netherlands, France, Norway, Germany and Japan, as well as more than 450 partners in more than 60 countries.

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