ATLANTA, GA – JUNE 9, 2015 – Visix, Inc. will premiere the latest version of their AxisTV digital signage software at InfoComm 2015 in Orlando. Version 9.2 of the company’s flagship content management software includes a variety of new options for live data integration and improved user experience tools.
“Version 9.2 concentrates on data integration so our clients can exploit the tools they’re already using,” says Sean Matthews, President and CEO of Visix. “In addition to building a new suite of supporting apps, we’re evolving our CMS by adding even more functionality and features – all of which are the direct result of customer feedback. Our clients continue to drive our development, and we’re happy to deliver on those requests to improve their day-to-day experience with our products.”
The AxisTV CMS is supported by a growing suite of Windows apps based on a new platform the company will continue to evolve over the next twelve months.
Improved User Experience
The latest release includes a fast-loading dashboard that includes player snapshots with green/red glow to indicate player status; current software version and licensing information; quick links to common features; the top five content contributors and top five most populated playlists.
Version 9.2 also improves video handling with a large file uploader now built into the web interface and a selectable video handler that allows clients to choose playback options.
Live Data Integration
The release includes an improved news subscription service and three new data integration options: Excel, XML and SharePoint.
The software’s Web Page Message feature now supports SharePoint 2013, so clients can show their secure SharePoint pages, like dashboards and project timelines, as messages in digital signage playlists.
AxisTV users can also now import XML and Excel data directly into digital signage messages, making it easier for customers to map to dynamic data that is relevant to their organization.
“Our clients can now bring engaging content to their screens more easily, while pulling from applications they’re already comfortable with,” says Trey Hicks, Chief Sales Officer for Visix. “By mapping to Excel spreadsheets or XML data, customers can more readily share department statistics, production data, directory information, and even create menu boards. There are lots of possible applications, and these enhancements make it much easier for customers to leverage their data.”
Design, Conference and Utilities Apps
AxisTV Design premiered at last year’s show, but InfoComm 2015 will be the first time that attendees can see a live demo of the new Layout Editor in the desktop designer app. It will also be the InfoComm premier of the Conference event integration application, an essential component of the company’s room sign and schedule display offering.
AxisTV Desktop has been renamed AxisTV Utilities. It offers all the functionality of the Desktop application, plus a new tool for positioning and cropping websites for display on digital signage.
Parties interested in pricing or specifications for AxisTV software should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visix will exhibit in booth 2843 at InfoComm 2015 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando from June 17-19. To learn more about InfoComm, visit www.infocommshow.org.
Visix, Inc. 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, media and alerts to virtually any endpoint. The company offers digital signage software, award-winning content design, meeting room signs