Russian Firm Partners with UK-Based Signagelive

Signagelive's technology is in more than 46 countries around the globe, and now it's in Russia.

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Signagelive, UK-based providers of a cloud-based digital signage platform as well as software-as-a-service technology, announces that it has been tapped by Russia-based International Multimedia Solutions (IMS) to have that company be able to offer Signagelive’s cloud-based digital signage platform to its customers.

“The signing of a partnership agreement with Signagelive will allow our current and potential customers to select the most appropriate content management system for their task and create unique solutions using standard Samsung, LG or Philips equipment,” says Pavel Voloshin, chief development officer for IMS. “As a result, customers will receive more flexible, convenient and functional solutions for digital advertising, informing and interacting systems.”

Signagelive is a secure, scalable, easy to manage cloud-based digital signage platform compatible with BrightSign, IAdea media players and Samsung, LG and Philips built-in systems on chip players. Its technology is used in 46 countries all over the world, and its clients include McDonalds, Radisson, Heineken and Vodaphone.

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