Visix Intros AxisTV Features, Training Package

Visix, Inc. has announced that its AxisTV visual communications software supports Adobe Flash interactivity and charting as of version 7.0.12 on all platforms. AxisTV users will find interactivity useful in wayfinding or directional applications, and in charting real-time data as dynamic visualizations. The software does not provide Flash creation tools, but supports playback and database connectivity of user-created campaigns.

The new charting capabilities allow clients to insert a Flash file into a playlist with other content pieces and connect to a database that can dynamically change animated elements during playback. Data visualization is typically used by organizations or departments who wish to monitor or improve performance metrics using dashboards, reporting, analytics, statistical, financial or other raw data analysis. It is used in many applications including business and productivity monitoring, executive information systems, content management systems, survey and poll analysis, and network monitoring.

Well-designed wayfinding tools and sign systems, such as touch screen panels displaying interactive building and campus maps, improve visitor satisfaction and reduce personnel costs associated with directional instructions. The integration of digital signs, event management applications, interactivity and room signs can not only efficiently direct people to their desired location, but can also provide important news and updates.

“We have been evaluating these feature enhancements for over a year,” stated Trey Hicks, Vice President of Sales for Visix. “They dramatically expand AxisTV’s functionality for our customers. Users can now effectively take advantage of the popular Flash platform, instead of relying on proprietary platforms from niche signage developers,” furthered Hicks.

Visix has also introduced a comprehensive training package for customers, integrators, partners and resellers utilizing their powerful digital signage software platform, AxisTV. The package includes online training sessions and a feature-packed box set of AxisTV tools and resources.

Each package allows AxisTV clients to enroll an unlimited number of participants in four interactive web-based training classes led by a certified AxisTV Software instructor. The courses include Basic Content Creation, Design and Configuration, and System Administrative Management, as well as a two-hour customized training session tailored to the client’s areas of interest.

Participating organizations also receive a one-hour Q&A session within 30 days of completing their training curriculum and new-feature training following any major AxisTV software release for one year. Participants can access and download an audio and screen capture recording of their sessions for 60 days following a web-based training. On-site training is also available upon request.

Each training package purchase includes a box set of printed training guides, a DVD with over 60 tutorial videos, and a USB drive with supplemental guides, PowerPoint presentations, sample content, 20 free backgrounds, links and contacts, and technical manuals and user guides for Axis TV’s most commonly used features.

“Our goal is to provide our customers with a comprehensive learning package to aid them in adopting AxisTV as a communications system,” states Tonya Pritt, Director of Client Services for Visix. “We want their education to be complete, well-rounded, and ever-expanding so that they can realize the full capability of our software and how it can be used to realize their organizational communication goals. We’re not satisfied with simply deploying a system and making it work…we want to make sure clients are maximizing their experience.”

Comprehensive training packages are priced at MSRP $1495.

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