Visix – Visual Electronics Partnership

Gail Chiasson, North American Editor

Atlanta-based Visix Inc., digital signage software company, has made a strategic partnership with Visual Electronics Ltd., Denver-based real-time data integration and messaging provider, with the goal of developing cooperative sales, marketing, and technology initiatives for the digital signage market.

“Visix is very excited to partner with VEL,” says Trey Hicks, vice-president of sales, Visix. “They are experts in information integration solutions and their data integration capabilities enable us to tackle demanding contact center applications. We believe this partnership will allow us to grow into other data-centric applications in the future.”

VEL will provide middleware and data integration capabilities that enable Visix to incorporate high-end real-time data display for its digital signage clients. Visix will provide VEL customers with digital signage systems that combine VEL’s real-time data with everyday organizational communications, leveraging a very scalable enterprise solution for visual communications.

“We’ve selected Visix because of its digital signage technology advancements, system scalability, ease of use, and its breadth of experience in working with all industry segments,” says Andrew Candreva, VEL president and COO.

VEL has been providing real-time visual messaging solutions to Fortune 1000 companies, governments and education campuses since 1979.

Visix designs, develops and supports a suite of browser-based digital signage products that allows users to create, manage and schedule organizational communications from anywhere and to deliver messages and media to virtually any endpoint. The company offers digital signage software, meeting room signs, and applications for targeted messaging to desktops and portable devices.

The companies will present a complimentary webinar on March 1/12 – Selecting the Right Digital Signage Technology – for invited guests of Fortune 1000 companies. This is the first in a series of cooperative ventures planned for 2012.

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