ScreenScape In Plain English

Gail Chiasson, North American Editor

ScreenScape’s innovative ‘community’-based approach to venue networking is helping the Oakville-based company grow both nationally and internationally, mainly with small- and medium-sized businesses we are told.

ScreenScape’s Venue Networking Platform offers functionality, simplicity, reach and ROI in the digital signage industry, and the company has developed several videos in simple sketch formats to show exactly how Screenscape works in single and group formats – one we particularly liked above, Ed

“The ScreenScape platform is the only ‘community’-based Venue Networking subscription service which leverages the power and reach of social media for the business community,” says Kevin Dwyer, president and general manager. “In less than a year, we have attracted over 1,000 customers in more than 12 countries, 30 states – and the momentum continues to build.”

ScreenScape promotes itself as a way for users to promote a product, service, event, community message or third-party advertising content to a targeted audience.

“If so, ScreenScape can be of value to your business,” says Dwyer.

One of the company’s major clients is Bauer Hockey.

3 Responses to “ScreenScape In Plain English”

  1. TheVok Says:

    Actually, they’re based in Charlottetown, PEI, right?

  2. Lawrence Dvorchik Says:

    You can see ScreenScape’s products and solutions on display from April 27-28 in booth #430 at Customer Engagement Technology World (

  3. Newsworthy? Says:

    You would think after 10000 press releases we would know Screenscape in plain English by now? Everytime they sell a $10 license there is a PR campaign surronding it…

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